Samsung Omnia II: Impressive Design, Slow Performance

At a Glance

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  • Samsung Omnia II

    With its eye-catching design and variety of multimedia features, the Omnia II is a solid Windows phone, but sluggish performance keeps it from being perfect.

At a Glance

With its eye-catching design and variety of multimedia features, the Omnia II is a solid Windows phone, but sluggish performance keeps it from being perfect.

Price when rated: $200 w/2yr Verizon contract

Pros

  • Alluring design
  • Excellent video quality

Cons

  • Touchscreen isn't super responsive
  • TouchWiz has some quirks
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