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Any reasons why i dont need to change to an HD2?

my contract with TMO is over this month and im thinking of signing a new one.

ive been thinking of getting an HTC HD2 just because of 3g.

can anyone convince or explain to me why and what is the comparison between these 2?

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just get an android... or bada if you love samsung...

Actually im leaning more towards WinMo phones.

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O2:

- brighter/better amoled screen

- better battery life

- better camera

- flash

HD2:

- faster cpu

- more ram

- bigger screen

- capacitive touchscreen

I'm confused on what you wrote though... "ive been thinking of getting an HTC HD2 just because of 3g."

What's wrong with the O2 and 3g? :)

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Any reasons why i dont need to change to an HD2?

my contract with TMO is over this month and im thinking of signing a new one.

ive been thinking of getting an HTC HD2 just because of 3g.

can anyone convince or explain to me why and what is the comparison between these 2?

are HD2 got front camera for 3g?as i concern there was no front camera support for 3g in HD2

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O2:

- brighter/better amoled screen

- better battery life

- better camera

- flash

HD2:

- faster cpu

- more ram

- bigger screen

- capacitive touchscreen

I'm confused on what you wrote though... "ive been thinking of getting an HTC HD2 just because of 3g."

What's wrong with the O2 and 3g? :)

TMO US doenst support 3g for i8000 because its not a tmo phone.

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TMO US doenst support 3g for i8000 because its not a tmo phone.

oh, so it's carrier-dependant, got it :)

Thanks for explaining, I'm not used to those carrier limitations :)

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omnia 2 is quite good

has video calling

good battery life

great display

divx codec

better camera with good video quality (720p)

cpu is also fast (not as hd2 but its good)

8 gb internal storage

whole modified ui with lots of samsung applications

what else you need???

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Go for the HD2! Or you can get the EVO 4G if you like Android!

Hd2 pro: 1 GHZ processor

576 Ram

Superb 4.3 inch screen with scratch resistent glass.

Great buld qualitty

Touch to focus camera

Super support from xda-developers ( a lot of custom roms, custom HTC sense 2,5 sliders, clocks, etc + Multitouch for FPSECE games)

And maybe HD2 user will get Windows Phone 7 ( not officially )

The best mobile UI at the moment. ( sense 2.5)

I've had omnia 2 for 4 months and had some problems with it.

First - When I used my stylus for the first time... that stupid pen scratched my screen. ( there was a theread opened with my problem )

Second - Samsung does not give a f$%^ about released phones. They didn't give a crap about releasing those 256 of ram that they claim that i8000 has or developing a good opengls driver.

Edited by stylus1828

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Go for the HD2! Or you can get the EVO 4G if you like Android!

Hd2 pro: 1 GHZ processor

576 Ram

Superb 4.3 inch screen with scratch resistent glass.

Great buld qualitty

Touch to focus camera

Super support from xda-developers ( a lot of custom roms, custom HTC sense 2,5 sliders, clocks, etc + Multitouch for FPSECE games)

And maybe HD2 user will get Windows Phone 7 ( not officially )

The best mobile UI at the moment. ( sense 2.5)

I've had omnia 2 for 4 months and had some problems with it.

First - When I used my stylus for the first time... that stupid pen scratched my screen. ( there was a theread opened with my problem )

Second - Samsung does not give a f$%^ about released phones. They didn't give a crap about releasing those 256 of ram that they claim that i8000 has or developing a good opengls driver.

just got my HD2 today and im flashing a new custom ROM right now of course courtesy of XDA DEV. I passed on my Omnia i8000 to my wife and the one she's using right now is to be sold. anyone want an Omnia i900 in excellent condition??

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ive got both...have to say both have their good points and negatives... have to still say omnia 2..just better all around...not as "pretty" but its a workhorse...

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ive got both...have to say both have their good points and negatives... have to still say omnia 2..just better all around...not as "pretty" but its a workhorse...

youre right,theres no perfect phone right now. both have their flaws and pros.

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HD2 video recording

Omnia 2 Video recording

and think again that, does faster cpu everytime mean faster pda...

Edited by sinancetinkaya

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TMO US doenst support 3g for i8000 because its not a tmo phone.

As it happens I picked an Omnia 2 (i8000 UK model) with T-Mobile and my signal for 3G is the best I have seen! Better than Vodafone, Orange...

But I didn't get it from T-Mobile direct, though. T-Mobile doesn't actually list that handset on their website or in-store, I got mine through a reseller.

Edited by Astracat_95

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