Laptop Mag writes: "Think of it as the Windows Mobile–powered Instinct for trust fund babies. Samsung's luxury touchscreen phone, the Omnia, is a very expensive unlocked device ($720 with 16GB of storage, $690 with 8GB) that comes with a 5-megapixel camera (with autofocus), GPS, and Wi-Fi. While the Omnia doesn't offer 3G support in the U.S., it does abroad, and its innovative TouchWiz interface and robust multimedia player make it a seriously good alternative to the HTC Touch Diamond."
* Top-notch user interface
* Wi-Fi and HSDPA (in Europe) support
* Loaded with apps
* Supports multiple video and audio formats
* 3G doesn't work in the U.S.
* Keyboard and touchscreen could be more accurate