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If your Samsung Omnia is bought anywhere outside of Singapore, you will not have the feature to view Chinese font pre-installed on your device. Similar to the Korean font issue, we have located the font where you can download and install onto your device to read Chinese characters. The installation will allow the display of Chinese font on your Samsung device, although input ability is not included. We have tested it on Samsung Omnia with great display as shown below. Fig 1: Shows a sentence entered in Word on Windows XP and moved onto...

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Updated Feb.17.2009: Email in Korean may not show on Verzion Omnia.(i910) since the defualt mail client doesn’t supprot  properly; We are trying to resolve the problem. Email in Korean does show on At&t Epix if you use Xpress mail client AT&T provide for free. We are very happy to provide you with Korean font. The font name is Malguem chaem encoded in UTF-8. You may simply download  the .cab file to any folder and execute of your Omnia or Epix. It will be automatically installed on your device. It doesn’t...