The Samsung Omnia smartphone works on the operating system of Windows Mobile. To be precise; the Windows Mobile version 6.1. Windows Mobile operating system has its pros and cons. Starting up time takes a lot longer than an average cell phone, the menu is slower and working with the stylus pen is often better than working with your fingers. There certainly are pros too; synchronization is simple, installing external software is easy and many file formats are standard supported thanks to the availability of various Microsoft programs.
With the introduction of the Samsung G600 in July 2007 everybody was convinced it would take a while for Samsung to introduce a new five Megapixel camera mobile. How could we get it so wrong, because at the end of October 2007 the Samsung G800 was already available for checking out at a Dutch dealer event. The SGH-G800 is unique in its class thanks to its three times optical zoom and face detection. According to Samsung the G800 has been equipped with a camera that can fully compete with a regular digital compact camera. Samsung also claim that the Samsung G800 leaves all mobile phone competitors far behind. Read the Samsung G800 review at LetsGoMobile to find out if Samsung truly is able to fulfil all the promises they made.