In todays video review of the Verizon Samsung Omnia II I will go into the different methods of data input.
The finger touch friendly Samsung Omnia II still can hard using the on-screen keyboard. As its predecessor the device comes with a stylus. However this time they integraded the stylus in the casing instead of a separate lanyard attached stylus. Besides the standard build in keyboards on the Windows Phones I will be showing you the Swype and the Samsumg Keyboard.
The Swype keyboard is a new skill to learn, but it will let you input data using your finger or stylus without letting go of the screen. You just swype from letter to letter and it will recognize what you want to write.
Visit Swype for more tips and tricks on the Swype keyboard.
The Samsung Omnia II is available at Verizon for $199 after a $100 rebate and a 2-year contract.
Ps this video is not in HD since I had to use my Canon Powershot SD870 IS to make a macro close up “in Focus” shot to show more details. 🙂
Update: Tapping the” 123″ key two or three times on the Swype keyboard will bring you to an edit on-screen keypad with arrows which allows you to move your cursor on screen to the right location for edits.
Please also see our other Verizon Samung Omnia II video’s