Samsung’s Anycall Omnia II Focuses on Camera Quality

Thursday 3 September 2009 10:36 am

The i8000H is now in Hong Kong and shows off its video functions.


Samsung is “bringing it” to the smartphone market with their new Omnia II which is offering the required touch-optimized interface, 3.7” 16-million color AMOLED display with 8GB of onboard storage. The interesting things is the camera that allows for English, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese name card scanning and Chinese/English scanning.

It also goes further with 480p HD-DVD quality video recording and is equipped with multiple video codecs like DivX so you can copy over those special video formats and have them play right away without conversion.

The Omnia II comes with Windows Mobile 6.1 but can be upgraded to 6.5, its available now in Hong Kong for a suggested retail price of HK$5,688. Check out the Samsung site for more details and have a look at more of the phone being held by the gorgeous Samsung models below:





And oh yeah, here is the phone:


the OMNIA II offers a touch-optimized interface, unparalleled Internet speed, and a vivid, oversized 3.7” AMOLED display for excellent multimedia viewing while on the go

One Response to “Samsung’s Anycall Omnia II Focuses on Camera Quality”

  1. This is one of the powerful windows mobile! I live in US so I got my import version from here
    I have been using this phone for a week now. I’m very impressed! The on-phone web browsing is smooth and this phone supports Chinese too. I love it!

    T.D. at 7:41 am on October 15th, 2009