Review: Samsung Omnia i900

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Review: Samsung Omnia i900

A fine touchscreen phone, but held back by Windows Mobile and a slightly disappointing snapper

A smartphone has to live up to its name these days. It can’t just view Word documents, pick up e-mails or browse the web. No, it needs GPS, an innovative touchscreen and preferably a side order of HSDPA.The Samsung Omnia has all that, as you might guess from its all-encompassing name ...

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