Electronista: When first powering up the Omnia II we immediately noticed the great screen it has. The screen is powered by AMOLED (active-matrix organic LED) technology and, as is often the case, very bright and very sharp (800x480).
I have an Omnia one. Windows mobile just kills it. Its an awesome phone but it would be better if it had the android os. hopefully for the III they move on to android so i can buy it. i know the Omnia II is decent once you hack it and remove the bloat ware. but the omnia II just seems like an Upgrade to the omnia and the omnia was pre Android and I phone apps were barely used... hopefully Samsung follows this article and they try to keep up with the market.
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