“Memories are the treasures that we keep locked deep within the storehouse of our souls, to keep our hearts warm when we are lonely.”– Becky Aligada

Samsung Omnia B7320 Pro

Although I’m considered a techie person, having a mobile phone or owning one  isn’t a necessary for me. Since I really find it bothersome to bring one all the time. After a long discussion and arguments of buying a phone, I decided to buy something more practical to use. Something like NO 3G!! lol So, I settled for a Nokia c3. (well, that’s what I wanted last night)

I asked my Santa, who happened to arrive yesterday evening, to escort me to the mall today to help me buy one. Mom asked me to cook an early lunch so we can leave before lunch and avoid traffic. When we arrived at the mall, we went straight to have our currencies changed at the Costumers Service Area.

September 5, 2010
$1=44.20 and €1=55.03

I was doing window shopping with my brother when I this phone caught my attention, Samsung Omnia B7320 Pro. I was like “Whew! What a beauty.” I went into the store and asked things about the phone. “Smart Phone” ei? Let’s see how smart it is…

The Samsung Omnia PRO B7320 is Samsung’s second “Omnia Pro” device after the B7610. It’s a fairly conventional BlackBerry-style Windows smartphone with some fairly modest features. The display is a standard 2.4″ 320 x 240 pixel non-touch panel, pretty similar to the sort of thing you would find in a normal mobile phone. We don’t see many non-touchscreen Windows phones these days, and because of this the Omnia PRO B7320 runsWindows Mobile 6.1 Standard rather than Professional, although the basic functionality is still very similar.

Of course, as a Windows Mobile device it comes with things like a web browser and multimedia player, and in the case of the B7320 it also integrates with Facebook, MySpace and popular instant messaging clients.

Instantly, I throw the idea of buying a Nokia c3 and the consideration of buying a E71. I was like “Errrrr…..” for a moment. 🙂 It was quite fair for the price of P11,500 (approximately $260).  A year warranty and some a free screen protector. The phone comes with a unit charger, usb connector, warranty card, headphones, and a hard back cover.

Hummmm….
I’m getting myself familiarized since I’ve always been using Nokia Phones. It’s getting tiresome somehow to have nokia’s same features in different designs. Having Samsung Omnia B7320 Pro? I can say it’s not that bad for a change 🙂

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