Samsung have obviously decided that the Omnia
brand will be its cash-cow of choice in 2009 and flogged to death. On the plus side, the Samsung OMNIA HD is not bad for a flagship. Able to shoot HD video in 1280×720 at 24fps, the Samsung OMNIA HD handset also allows the user to edit the clip then playback direct to their HD TV.
It would be great if the Samsung OMNIA HD‘s 3.7inch touch screen was also HD but alas, it’s only 360×640 (can you tell how much we’ve been spoilt on the handset front in 2008?). It also packs the usual wizardry we would expect from a handset these days including HSUPA, GPS, Bluetooth and comes with either 8 or 16GB of storage and a MicroSDHC slot.
The Samsung OMNIA HD is available now, look out for pricing and tarrifs amongst the usual telecommunication provider suspects.