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Old 06-10-2009, 05:10 AM
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I hate to do two posts in a row, but this way is probably best.

First, the OmniaHD is indeed a Symbian based phone. Samsung has their own UI, but the Symbian UI is easy enough to get to.
For those that haven't seen this bad boy this is a good review from one of my old favorite web shows:
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Good god does that thing look cool!

Regarding whether a keyboard will work or not. In the above review there is a "Quickoffice" icon. Quickoffice is a program that lets you read office documents, I think it lets you create/edit documents too. Also, as I found out from the links above the "Wireless Keyboard" app is all you need to connect to a bluetooth keyboard on Nokia phones.

Based on the fact that it has Quickoffice and that the Wireless Keyboard app is on so many Nokia phones I bet it's safe to assume that you can use a wireless keyboard.

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#9 on this page says that you can use the wireless keyboard application intended for Symbian S60 3rd edition with the 5th edition.

Last edited by Hirudin; 06-10-2009 at 05:43 AM.
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