"Who need an iphone or g1 when U got the Samsung Omnia!?"5.0 starson by aquaman10246
Pros: Integrated Exchange support
Better media file type compatibility than iphone or g1
MS Office support
Multiple choices of web browsers with Flash
No login required to use it
Integrated motion picture capture(iphone or g1 has no video)
No kill switch
Cons: have to get the $30 data plan with this phone
Summary: the Omnia is intended to be a business productivity device that can replace the laptop at most instances. While the G1 is also positioned in the same vein, its far from stable or reliable enough for similar enterprise tasks. The iPhone is simply not even in the picture, lacking multitasking or dedicated data entry keys. Multitasking is the foundation for improving productivity, and why mobiles have reached desktop capabilities. It takes too long to accomplish business tasks in a one-task-at-a-time mode. Neither the G1 nor iPhone have the library of useful productivity tools and applications WinMo has, nor the image capture skills of the Omnia.
cnets' perceived bias has steered enough sales to Apple, and most of the readers speak as if they actually believe the iPhone and G1 have more features, capabilities. Truth is, you can't even capture video on either one, the world hasn't agreed with its wallet that these devices are so superior, and if you mention the superphones so little and the pop phone so much, it amounts to unfair coverage.