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Ilse Jurriën : November 24th 2009 - 01:40 CET

Samsung Omnia HD review


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SamsungHigh resolution digital cameras are no longer an exception on today's mobile phones. It started a few years ago with an integrated VGA camera, which we thought to be very innovative at the time. Currently, however, there are phones on the market featuring an 8.0 or even 12.0 Megapixel camera. Yet the difference in quality does not go unnoticed. Whereas all the attention seems to go to the snapshot camera, the video capture function seems to have been pushed into the background a little bit. However, the Samsung HD now changes this, and actually emphasizes an HD video function.

• Read the full Samsung Omnia HD review at LetsGoMobile.
Samsung Omnia HD

Samsung Omnia HD camera phone
LetsGoMobile adds: "The integrated digital camera of the Samsung i8910 HD features a 8.0 megapixels of resolution. It allows you to take pictures up to a maximum resolution of 3264x2448 pixels. Besides the picture quality, Samsung puts the focus on the video function by adding HD to the product name. The camera application can be activated by the shortcut key on the side of the phone or by selecting the camera in the menu. Start-up is smooth, enabling you to quickly start shooting. Once set to camera, you will find icon bars on both sides next of the viewfinder for the shooting settings."

Samsung Omnia HD camcorder

Samsung Omnia HD camcorder
LetsGoMobile continues: "In addition to the 8.0 megapixel digital camera, the video feature of this Samsung HD is also important. Samsung emphasizes the video function by promoting and adding HD to the product name. If you switch to video in the camera application, a maximum resolution of 1280x720 can be selected; the High Definition 720p format. The expectations are high, however, on the pc we notice that it is actually only the size that is large, and not so much that the quality is excellent. A lot of nose is visible, especially when motion is involved. Yet it is still fun to film in this format, despite the quality being slightly disappointing, since it is easier to show the images on a TV set and offer a good impression of a special event to family and friends. Fun for a mobile phone, but it is definitely not a realistic replacement for the camcorder."

Samsung Omnia HD review

Samsung Omnia HD review
The Samsung Omnia HD, also known as Samsung i8910 HD, certainly looks different than the average Samsung smartphone. The mobile phone, which runs on the Symbian operating system, comes with the full works. The Samsung HD features an 8.0 megapixel digital camera, a crisp 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen, 8GB of internal memory, HSDPA and Wi-Fi. Just how well the Samsung Omnia HD smartphone performs in daily use, you can read in the following Samsung Omnia HD review at LetsGoMobile.




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