Verizon now offers the Samsung Omnia II

Verizon now offers the Samsung Omnia II
The long wait is over and customers of Verizon can now buy the Samsung Omnia II i920 – an extremely powerful Windows phone coming with 3.7-inch AMOLED display with WVGA resolution and spectacular appearance. Moreover, it´s equipped with better, 5-megapixel camera, ample memory (8GB plus microSD slot) and Wi-Fi. The Samsung Omnia II i920 runs personalized TouchWiz interface and is the first cell phone utilizing the new text entry method called Swype. Verizon offers the device for $199 after online discount to anyone willing to sign up for a two-year agreement. You can find more details in our review of the GSM version of the phone and stay tuned for our upcoming review of the Verizon edition of the eagerly anticipated handset.

Customers of the carrier are now faced with a tough choice – the Motorola DROID or Samsung Omnia II i920. What would you choose?

Samsung Omnia II i920 Specifications | Hands-on | Review (GSM)

source: Verizon

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