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HTC Touch Diamond II VS Samsung Omnia II

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Hello guys, whic is better between these phone HTC Touch Diamond II or Samsung Omnia II

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Hello guys, whic is better between these phone HTC Touch Diamond II or Samsung Omnia II

HTC TD2 has better hardware keyboard :) ... seriously though, the TD2 is a pretty damn fine device, but in my opinion the OLED screen on the Omnia sold it for me. It's just so much crisper, sharper and with the latest 'R' technology screen (whatever that is), it's pretty responsive too - certainly better than my old Touch Diamond. A lot of people complain about battery life, but again, compared to my Diamond, this thing lasts forever! I'm certainly not disappointed I made the switch from HTC to Samsung. Having said that, I'll probably switch back again one day - the support from developers and enthusiasts for HTC, is far greater than for the Omnia in my experience :)

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HTC TD2 has better hardware keyboard ;) ... seriously though, the TD2 is a pretty damn fine device, but in my opinion the OLED screen on the Omnia sold it for me. It's just so much crisper, sharper and with the latest 'R' technology screen (whatever that is), it's pretty responsive too - certainly better than my old Touch Diamond. A lot of people complain about battery life, but again, compared to my Diamond, this thing lasts forever! I'm certainly not disappointed I made the switch from HTC to Samsung. Having said that, I'll probably switch back again one day - the support from developers and enthusiasts for HTC, is far greater than for the Omnia in my experience ;)

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go for omnia 2

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go for B7610 if you can

good hardware keyboard

great AMOLED display esp crisp video playback & amazing sound !!!!

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b7610 is my device and i would recommend it you ,

but if u wont need the keyboard and look for a sleek phone , go for omnia 2

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