In any case, the Touch Wiz UI is the main interface that users have to deal with, and the operating system is to some extent hidden from day to day use.It's hard to know what to talk about next - there are so many goodies to describe.It can record in HD format, which means 1280 x 720 pixels (0.9 megapixels.) At this resolution, the frame rate drops to 24 frames per second, so you might actually prefer to shoot in a lower resolution and use a higher frame rate.
Web browsing on the i8910 is an excellent experience.
The huge touchscreen in combination with fast data downloads using HSDPA or Wi Fi is just what is needed for a satisfying mobile internet experience.
But Samsung have played safe by using a tried and tested user interface - the Touch Wiz UI will be familiar to users of previous Samsung phones such as the Omnia. tap, sweep, drag and drop operations as well as an on-screen qwerty keyboard with tactile feedback.
The feel of the phone in the hand is one of quality, thanks to the use of metal, glossy black plastic and hardened glass.
It's a Symbian smartphone with an 8 megapixel camera, touchscreen UI, Wi Fi and A-GPS. If you are looking for the highest-spec, most capable phone in existence, you've probably come to the right place. It's not fair to call it a brick, as it's rather slim - just 12.9mm - but it's about the same size and weight as the i Phone 3G.
The guys at Samsung have wowed everyone with an impressive leap forward in technology. But as millions of i Phone owners have proved, that's not a problem, and in fact the i8910 HD is narrower than the i Phone and hence fits in the palm rather better.
The i8910 HD also comes with a built-in GPS receiver, which can be used for geo-tagging of photos and for mapping.
When used with the map application, the device also displays a digital compass.
The speakers are placed at the top and bottom of the phone, which seems strange until you realise that they are ideally placed for use when watching video in landscape mode!
We're also delighted to see the presence of a 3.5mm audio jack, which enables you to plug in any headphones with a standard connection.
This makes a real difference when using the phone outdoors, especially when the user interface is touchscreen-driven.