The Samsung Omnia 7 is more angular than its Windows-phone competitors.Looking only at the front, it is reminiscent of design icons like the HTC Touch Diamond. On the back of this elegant impression but continues not. Despite metal case, the phone feels slippery and therefore cheaper, than about the HTC HD7. With a subtle black case with no frills, it also makes a somewhat respectable impression. However, the changes quickly when it turns on. Because the Omnia is the only Windows Mobile 7 comes with a super-AMOLED display. Colors are very intense, even the giant screen-HD7 looks a really pale.
The Samsung Omnia 7 comes with a 5-megapixel camera, which is supported by an LED flash and records video in 720p format. The photo quality is the megapixel number is reasonable and fully in order.
The Omnia 7 has 16 gigabytes of memory, which is not expandable. Samsung Omnia for the seven sets at a good in-ear headset that can show even a remote control. Properly positioned in the ear it gives very full sound which should however be a little clearer. On the volume, there is nothing wrong, it is very high, without clipping.