HTC Touch Diamond vs Samsung i900 Omnia: Head to Head

Samsung i900 Omnia and HTC Touch Diamond might differ here and there in specs but no doubt we’re talking fine top-of-the-shelf species. Never before have Windows Mobile powered devices been so rich in features without being coyote-ugly (another way of saying TyTN-bulky).It’s been a year now since Apple iPhone is out and its ground-breaking user interface took the industry by a storm. Windows Mobile however still fails to pick up the gauntlet thrown by the iPhone so device manufacturers are creating their own customized touch interfaces that don’t necessarily require a stylus to make the Microsoft OS a bit more competitive and much more intuitive.” Read more here:

Toshiba Portege G810 with Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional Review

“The G810 is no slouch in the specs department. It sports the same Qualcomm MSM7200 processor as the i-mate Ultimate 9502 and HTC TyTN II, running at 400MHz. It has 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM, and has a microSD/HC expansion slot for added memory. The screen is 2.8″ and is unfortunately only QVGA resolution. It’s a quadband GSM (850/900/1800/1900) phone with triband UMTS (850/1900/2100) with HSDPA/HSUPA. That said, it works fine in the US on AT&T or T-Mobile. It also has assisted GPS, WiFi b & g, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, USB 2.0, and FM radio. The rear camera is 3MP with auto focus and LED fill light, and the front camera for video calls is VGA resolution. Powering all of this is a 1530mAh battery.” Read more here: