Samsung B7300 OmniaLITE review
The audio quality of the Samsung B7300 OmniaLITE is somewhat of a mixed bag. The extremely low noise level and stereocrosstalk as well as the excellent dynamic range are the strong points of the OmniaLITE performance.
The frequency response is good for most of the range but the cut off bass frequencies aren’t allowing us to qualify is as anything more than decent overall. The total harmonic distortion is the worst par tiffany t about the OmniaLITE audio output, going several times higher than usual. It’s not that it is too disturbing but we are used to seing a lot better from most other handsets.
The Samsung B7300 OmniaLITE is capable of taking 3 megapixel photos with a maximum image resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. There is no flash of any kind and no two step shutter key, so you should probably lower your expectations right now.
The B7300 camera viewfinder is familiar to us from the Omnia II (and most other recent touchscreen Samsung handsets for that matter). The comfortable inte tiffany rface is nicely touch optimized and has all you need in the two vertical taskbars on each side of the viewfinder.
Samsung B7300 OmniaLITE camera interface
There are a good number of configurable options here ISO, white balance, default storage, mettering method etc. However, extras such as Wide Dynamic Range and image stabilizer have been omitted.
At least there is geotagging support on the OmniaLITE allowing you to record current location in the image EXIF. The list of extras is compe tiffany ted by smile shot, and a dedicated panorama mode.
We are not particularly impressed with the image quality of the Samsung B7300. While the amount of resolved detail is decent we find the noise levels higher than usual. The colors also look pretty dull. At least there is tiffany no loss of fine detail in the photos and no traces of oversharpening.