Originally Posted by Hot Pixel
Nah that one goes to china I'm afraid.
Perhaps a strange question: but why don't you just buy a camera and a phone? This seems kind of silly tbh.
Hmm, I don't know. This was before I decided on the Samsung Omnia HD. Before I wanted a phone with a physical QWERTY, and really, there isn't any good smartphones with both a QWERTY and a quality camera.
A regular camera wouldn't see much use. I'm a high school student, so I don't really have much use for a camera. I'm not like those other teenagers who bring their cameras to school and take pictures of every single moment that happens to them.
Anyway, I don't really have a good use for a camera at school, so I would probably bring the smartphone. However, sometimes when I go out with friends or family, there are times I wish I had a good camera. Here, I would bring the good camera phone, and leave the smartphone at home. I'm not carrying both at the same time, I use one or the other depending on the occasion.
If I bought a camera and a phone separately, the camera would sit in a corner collecting dust. I just wouldn't want to bring two separate devices when I could have them both in one.
Now that I've dropped the QWERTY out of my requirements, it opens up my options. I'm pretty sure I will be getting the Omnia HD.