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Product Description. The Windows Mobile-based Samsung Omnia features a 3.2-inch touchscreen Published on Sep 5, 2008. The long-awaited Samsung i900 Omnia has landed an it's no coincidence it looks a little like the iPhone. In fact, the feature-set is almost identical, too. The 5-megapixel camera is top quality with an impressive selection of extra modes including Blink detection, Smile detection and panorama. The Omnia looks and feels solid. The 3.2-inch touchscreen dominates the front of the handset with call answer and end keys, plus a touch sensitive optical mouse pointer below it. The biggest flaw of the Omnia though is that the handset runs on Windows Mobile. Although currently there's no smartphone alternative operating system until Symbian launches a touchscreen version, you just can't get over the irritation of having to use Windows Mobile. Samsung has done very well to hide the OS with its own skin, replacing the somewhat antiquated icons with something a little more col

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