HTC Omni Definitely Not Omnipotent


The HTC Touch has been on the market for a couple months now, so it’s no surprise that details of the latest HTC device is circulating the Interwebs. The Omni’s form-factor is reminiscent of a Nintendo DS, but it packs oodles of extras that might entice you to hold off on making a mobile phone purchase in the coming months. It has a touch-screen, 3.1-megapixel camera with LED flash, GPS, and what essentially amounts to a 3.5G PDA. Will it go toe-to-toe with the iPhone? Absolutely not. The touch-screen as witnessed on the Touch is nothing special. In fact, it blows so hard that I’d rather use my old Nokia 8260. Did I mention that it runs on WinMo 6? Keep reading for a lowdown on specs.

* Windows Mobile 6.0 OS
* UMTS/HSDPA connectivity
* WVGA 4″ 800×480 px display, subdisplay
* TV and VGA out
* 256 ROM, 1280 RAM and microSD memory card slot
* Wi-Fi b/g, USB and Bluetooth connectivity
* Full QWERTY keyboard
* Dimensions: 130 x 81 x16 mm
* 32 bit Qualcomm MSM7200 Chipset, 384 MHZ CPU Clock
* 800 x 480 px TFT 262 color touchscreen
* GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900, UMTS850, UMTS1900, UMTS2100 connectivity
* CSD, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA data support
* Built-in QWERTY-type keyboard, 65 keys
* SDIO, microSD, TransFlash expansion slots
* USB 2.0 client, 60Mbit/s , USB Series Mini-B (mini-USB) connector
* Bluetooth 2.0
* NMEA 0183 , 20 channels built-in GPS
* 3.1 Mpx camera with LED flash
* 640×480 VGA secondary camera

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