Final Build of Samsung Omnia II software appears on video?

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Final Build of Samsung Omnia II software appears on video?
The last time we reported on the Samsung Omnia II, it was to tell you that the official fan page for the device was showing a post by the manufacturer saying that the handset would be coming to the U.S. by the end of this year. We also noted that to make up for the delay, Samsung said that all relevant software updates would be pre-installed onto the device. And speaking of software, here is a video of the Omnia II that is reportedly showing off the final build of the software. We are also treated to a nice look at the 3.7 inch AMOLED touchscreen and the TouchWiz UI. Snappy phone? You're watching a Samsung 800MHz processor do it's thing.Well, enough fun for now. Time to go back to watching the clock, waiting for Verizon to announce an official launch date.

Samsung Omnia II CDMA Preliminary Specifications




1. jrcrow79

Posts: 477; Member since: May 02, 2008

like the samsung jet..weird

2. oddmanout

Posts: 443; Member since: May 22, 2009

whats up i thought verizon was gonna lose the hexagon/cube thing. I could swear I saw a version of the omnia 2 without the cube hardware key/trackpad... If I didnt see the back of the phone and notice windows mobile, I would say this is a samsung jet

3. scroffy

Posts: 40; Member since: Aug 23, 2009

So what? This is not the verizon version. It's a gsm i8000. It has the weird button and a front camera. yawn

4. locoboy808

Posts: 53; Member since: Oct 08, 2009


5. locoboy808

Posts: 53; Member since: Oct 08, 2009

While the DROID's overseas cousin, the MILESTONE, supports multi-touch on core items like pinch to zoom on the browser DROID's support is limited to third party apps... that phone and the iphone is cool but with out the apps it sucks i mean you can hack it but you can get windows mobile on it i say the omnia 2 beats them hands down and if you like to know why read the info on them and with the new omnia 2 thats the i920 you can turn it in to anything you like windows xp and more the Motorola DROID can be hacked but it cant do what windows can on my omnia i910 i can play psp games on it and do so much with out paying for sissy apps just to make your phone look good lol i say think and look before you buy i dont need a iphone thats only cools with the apps or the Motorola DROID that only cool with the apps if you love your home computer and thats what you like to do with your phone get a windows mobile phone and on the Motorola DROIDs Internet it sucks look at skyfire that the same thing with that omnia or omnia 2 i can do almost everything my PDA and its all for free no apps to buy just good clean hacking so read before you buy what your phone can do for you and what you need i like my cell to do everything like my pc lol anyways thats my 2cents and dont get mad sorry to everyone if you got mad but its really what you like to have llol

6. locoboy808

Posts: 53; Member since: Oct 08, 2009

yup thats not the omnia 1920 but there are saying the software is

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