Video of the Samsung I8000 (Omnia 2?)

Sure enough, hot on the heels of the first news of what may well be the Samsung Omnia 2 comes video of the beast in action. [via] Let's hope we see things speed up before any official relase.

Now, where have we seen that cube before?

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3 Comments
  • This operates real sluggish, wish you can load blackberry os or andriod or pal pre touch webos, screw the iphone
  • We review I8000 Omnia 2 model here, http://www.itsagadget.com/2009/06/samsung-i8000-omnia-2.html
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