Look confident and assured with new Samsung after selling mobile
29 October 2010 — 12:09 PM
Consumers could increase their style credentials with the "confident and assured" new Samsung Omnia 7, after selling a mobile for money.
Reviewing the latest model for CNET UK, Damien McFerran says it is one of the most promising devices to be using the Windows Phone 7 operating system.
Although he admits the platform will "undoubtedly be improved upon", it still provides the basis for a top smartphone with a number of attractive features.
These include an "amazing" display screen, super-fast performance and great connectivity.
"If you've a burning desire to join Microsoft's mobile revolution, it's a very close race between the Omnia 7 and HTC's HD7," Mr McFerran explains.
He adds the Xbox Live application has the potential to be a significant factor in the Samsung Omnia 7's favour.
The HTC HD7, another of the mobiles to use Windows Phone 7, offers tools such as a five-megapixel camera, 3.6-inch touchscreen and 3G connectivity.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you want to upgrade your phone to a model like this new Omnia 7, why not trade-in your old handset? You could even make some extra cash."
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