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    Default Re: Video: Samsung Omnia HD Commercial

    Quote Originally Posted by Phat^Trance
    OMG! i just waited for the low battery icons to show during the video playback
    maybe its plugged into the charger

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    Default Re: Video: Samsung Omnia HD Commercial

    Quote Originally Posted by pece1976
    you’ve got to love this
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3x3TNr9bf0g[/youtube]
    what so impressive about that?? the screen isnt HD.. playing a hd vid wont look any diff.. it would look the same on a 5800..

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    Default Re: Video: Samsung Omnia HD Commercial

    Quote Originally Posted by jayeshrc
    what so impressive about that?? the screen isnt HD.. playing a hd vid wont look any diff.. it would look the same on a 5800..
    You're quite right that it's the same resolution [albeit 0.5" greater diagonal, although that's not necessarily a good thing - compare a Zune and an iPod screen to see what I mean], but the fact that it's an OLED screen makes it just that bit more beautiful than the 5800

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    Default Re: Video: Samsung Omnia HD Commercial

    ^^ well i understand that, but why's everyone drooling over a video of it? im sure you cant make out a diff from here'

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayeshrc
    ^^ well i understand that, but why's everyone drooling over a video of it? im sure you cant make out a diff from here'
    That's true.. there's no point in watching a device play HD footage in a video that isn't HD itself I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayeshrc
    ^^ well i understand that, but why's everyone drooling over a video of it? im sure you cant make out a diff from here'
    the video playback was very smooth
    ...the video capabilities of omnia hd are much better
    dont think that it will be similar on 5800
    the screen size and oled dispaly make a huge difference to watching experience

    also the reoln of 360*640 is good enough for 3.7 inch screen
    ipod and zune have qvga resoln .zune has a larger screen estate than ipod which isn ideal for qvga .

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    Default Re: Video: Samsung Omnia HD Commercial

    Quote Originally Posted by jayeshrc
    ^^ well i understand that, but why's everyone drooling over a video of it? im sure you cant make out a diff from here'
    maybe becouse of the video itself ( looks great you must admit , efects ) , it looks great even with bad resolution on youtube (bad rec.)

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    Default Re: Video: Samsung Omnia HD Commercial

    Quote Originally Posted by Destricto_Ense
    Hmm, well regardless, the max file size will be 4GB as that's as large as 32-bit can support. I think Camcorders separate files automatically when recording, without there being any gap when you play it back :/

    PS: Anyone wondering where I'm getting this information - well, it's all educated guesswork. I have a friend with a Panasonic FZ-28 digital camera, which can also record 720P. No matter how big an SD card you put in it, it will not record a file longer than 2GB in filesize, which is about 18 minutes. A similar limitation is found in the 1080P-recording Canon SX1, which will record up to 4GB. It's a sad combination of file codec, 32-bit pointers, and EU regulations :P
    dude stop ruining it for us (are you sure you are not an apple fanboy) i mean this is all speculations and i really hope you are wrong btw 2gb 18min sounds strange p.s. in mobile-review we trust

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    Default Re: Video: Samsung Omnia HD Commercial

    Quote Originally Posted by hail_n97
    dude stop ruining it for us (are you sure you are not an apple fanboy) i mean this is all speculations and i really hope you are wrong btw 2gb 18min sounds strange p.s. in mobile-review we trust
    What would being an Apple fan have anything to do with it? :S

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    Default Re: Video: Samsung Omnia HD Commercial

    http://vimeo.com/3256042

    why is the video so laggy? its recorded in 720p using the omnia hd...


 
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