Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Samsung Rogue U960 Replaces Verizon Glyde Touchscreen QWERTY Slider Glyde 2 Gets Release Date

Word is that Samsung's Verizon Glyde mobile is going to get an upgrade
in the form of a new Samsung Rogue U960. Although not yet a finalized
device, the release date for the new Rogue U960 is set for August 15th,
and if rumors prove true the phone is going to be offered at an
attractive and competitive price that will definitely turn your eyes to it.

The same rumors have leaked that the handset runs on TouchWiz 2.0 OS,
sports a touchscreen QWERTY slider and adds a 3 megapixel camera with
flash and geo-tagging. On top of that, Samsung Rogue U960 is supposed to
feature a microSD card slot (on the inside - which is too bad), a 3.5mm
headphones jack, Bluetooth connectivity, an MP3 player and built-in GPS.
And since it's replacing the Glyde (with many considering it Glyde 2),
you shouldn't be worried as it will also use Verizon's EVDO Rev A data
network.

No price and no full specs as of yet, just these leaked images!

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