This is the Samsung Omnia 7. Pretty nice right? Check out that 4-inch touchscreen. It’s one of the bigger Windows Phone 7 devices out there and the only one we’ve seen from Samsung so far. Before we plough on with our full review we thought we’d give the Omnia 7 the time-honoured Recombu What’s In The Box treatment and show you what it comes with.
As you can see the Samsung Omnia 7 comes with a charger, USB cable, some 3.5mm headphones and an instruction manual. Click on to get up close and person with the Omnia 7 and its various accessories.
The top and back of the Samsung Omnia 7. There’s the 3.5mm headphone jack to the left and a micro USB slot to the right. The micro USB slot features a sliding cover to protect the connections against dust. On the top you can see the 5-megapixel camera’s lens, the LED flash and an external speaker.
The camera shutter key and the power button on the right hand side of the Samsung Omnia 7.
The volume control and again, the 3.5mm jack and micro USB port.
The innards of the Omnia 7 exposed. The battery cover is a single sheet of metal that clips neatly into place.
The 3.5mm headphones which come bundled with the Omnia 7 with interchangeable rubber earbuds. There’s a remote with controls for volume and what looks like a mute button for incoming calls.
The mains adapter, USB cable and getting started guide which come with the Samsung Omnia 7.