Sunday, 20 June 2010

Nokia N8 vs Samsung Omnia HD Pictures

Until the N8 is released in a couple months, the Samsung i8910 Omnia HD will remain (in my opinion) as the flagship Symbian phone. 3.7 inch AMOLED screen, excellent stereo speakers, stereo microphones, native DivX support and a user-removable 1500mAh battery. Even in 2010, over a year after release, the Omnia HD is able to play with the big boys.

SymbianFrance recently got some hands-on time with the N8, and snapped some pictures of it next to an Omnia HD. Read on for the gallery.

This picture allows us to compare the AMOLED screens in the Nokia N8 and Samsung i8910. Nokia claims that the N8's screen is a 'second generation AMOLED' but I don't know what that is supposed to mean, since the i8910's screens looks superior with more vivid colours even in daylight. SymbianFrance agrees, saying (according to Google Translate) "it is clear that - even if it takes honorably N8 - Korean screen is better".

The N8 is quite a bit shorter than the Omnia HD, but it's slightly wider. They are about the same thickness (both are supposedly 12.9mm thick) but the N8 is 13 grams lighter.

Head over to SymbianFrance for some other pictures of the Nokia N8.


  1. Anonymous

    shit whats the matter with this site . It is full of n8 since a month . Dont you have anything other than this n8 .doest it bother you we are unable to hack new phones like 6700 slide with hello0x2 v 2.03 and v2.04 beta.

  2. G.R.G.


    Hi there,

    I can see where you're coming from. However, the issue is that the newer Nokia phones/firmwares are unhackable with RAM hacks (i.e you need to flash them to hack them). I don't own any recent Nokia phones at the moment, so I don't have experience with flashing them with custom ROMS.

    You can bet that once the N8 is released and I have my phone, I'll be back on the hunt for hacks and modifications.

    Thanks for the comment and the feedback!

  3. Unknown

    я сам лично сравнивал экраны!!! Они эдэнтичны!!!!!!!!!! разницы нет вообще!!!

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