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Handy Qwerty keyboard and tonnes of features can't rescue this phone from mediocrity
Disadvantages far outweigh positive sides
All told, the disadvantages of the Samsung OmniaPRO B7610 far outweigh its positive sides and make us look at the HTC Touch Pro2. Samsung´s device may look more spectacularly, but functionality and reliability are more important for business-oriented devices. And that´s what the OmniaPRO B7610 is quite bad at. A high-end device like this is supposed to be much, much better, not to mention the out-and-out appalling in-call quality. As a whole, we believe the Samsung OmniaPRO B7610 is not worth its retail price, so we simply cannot recommend it. The best WM6.5-based alternative th... Full review
The faster CPU and the AMOLED screen are quite significant improvements
The Samsung B7610 OmniaPRO is a very good handset overall with capabilities that can easily match the HTC Touch Pro2 class-leader. In fact the faster CPU and the AMOLED screen are quite significant improvements that one can receive by choosing the Samsung over the HTC.
Of course the Taiwanese company, has a lot more experience in producing this kind of devices and it shows. The TouchFLO3D UI looks much better suited for business-minded handsets like the two in question, than the multimedia-focused TouchWiz. The new features that Samsung introduced for the OmniaPRO do count here b... Full review
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