Hands-on Preview of the Samsung Omnia II, Convoy, and Casio Rock

Hands-on Preview of the Samsung Omnia II, Convoy, and Casio Rock
Tomorrow, much anticipated Samsung Omnia II i920smartphone will be released by VerizonWireless. The Omnia IIwill be the first device for Verizon to come withSwype entry when using the on-screen keyboard. Other features of the Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional smartphone will includean impressive 3.7" AMOLED 800x480 WVGA display with 16M color support,TouchWiz 2.0 interface with 3D Cube, 5MP autofocus camera with flash,Opera browser, EVDO Rev A and Wi-Fi, Microsoft Office Mobile, DivXsupport, FM Radio, rear stereo speakers, 3.5mm headset jack, 8GB ofinternal memory, 1500mAh battery, and supports microSDHC memory cardsup to 16GB in size.

SamsungOmnia II i920 Specification |Review (GSM)



The Samsung Convoy and Casio G'zOne Rock are two of the newest Push To Talk devices to come out for Verizon Wireless this holiday season. Both phones meet Mil Spec 810F for resistance to shock & dust, water, vibration, salt fog, humidity, radiation, altitude, and extreme temperatures. The Samsung Convoy comes equipped with a 2.2" 176x220 internal display, 1.3" external display, 2MP camera, and microSDHC memory card slot. The Casio Rock has a 2.1" 240x320 QVGA external display, PMOLED external display, 2MP camera and microSDHC memory card slot. One nice design feature of the Rock is that there is a mechanical release button on the right side of the hinge, which will flip the phone open in one click.




Samsung Convoy U640 Specifications
Casio G'zOne Rock C731 Specifications

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