Engadget have published their review of the Samsung Omnia 7, and the review is largely full of praise. The reviewer liked the phoneâ€™s metal-backed styling, Super AMOLED screen and found the camera pretty good also, and he concluded:
Well, we’ve done our gushing, and it’s obvious that we’re in love with Samsung’s Omnia 7. Simply put, this phone’s got all the right hardware to qualify as a brilliant multimedia device in today’s standard, plus its form factor feels great in our hands. Given the choice between this and the Galaxy S, we’d definitely choose the former for its more luxurious metallic construction; but then we’d sober up and realize that we’re drooling over a young WP7 device, and any sensible joe would hold back until the market is ripe for harvest. Either way, out of the crop of launch devices, the Omnia 7 makes a great snorkel if you fancy taking the first dip into Redmond’s renovated swimming pool. Now, where’s Dell hiding its Venue Pro?
Read the full review here.