Oct 29, 2009
Samsung B7300 Omnia Lite just like its name, a more budget-oriented version of the Omnia II. Omnia Lite has found its best way to keep fit, the hardware has became more compact than its previous, but the software and more importantly the functionality are still there with what you would expect from a Samsung smartphone. It is a good new to those who want to have a device that with high-end features and specification but in an accessible and affordable package.
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What’s inside? The phone, a battery, a charger, a data cable, a stylus, a handsfree, CD-ROM and a user’s guide. Let’s start off with the screen. Understand that the Omnia Lite is a more affordable version of the Omnia II, so it is predictable that the screen is a bit smaller. Don’t get the wrong way, the 3 inch display isn’t small by any means, it just isn’t as large as the Omnia II display. At the top hosts the microUSB port and the lanyard eyelet. The stylus is dangle on its string tied to the lanyard eyelet, it just remind me of Omnia i900. The camera shutter, the Lock key and the microSD slot which is expandable to 32GB are located on the right side of the device. Turn to the left, you may find the volume rocker and the special Main Menu button there.
The 3.2 MP camera is located at the back of the device, which lacks a flash, but at least comes with auto focus. It comes with Samsung’s TouchWiz 2.0 interface plus the downloadable online widgets make the Omnia Lite even more user-friendly. The touch-optimized QWERTY keyboards on the Omnia Lite. It is a bit too small to hit if you have a “big finger”, or you may use the stylus for your daily operation of the phone. It’s not a big deal though. The Omnia Lite runs on Windows Mobile 6.5, it has the usual features that come with the Windows Mobile operating system. The overall design of Omnia isn’t really eye-catchy. It looks nice though. It’s really happy to see Windows Mobile 6.5, GPS, accelerometer, a FM radio, multi-push email, and WiFi connectivity on board and find out the personalization pack has been heavily reworked, plus an affordable pricing. The Omnia Lite sound good after all, doesn’t it?