Samsung Spills Details on the AT&T-Bound a877 Impression
Today Samsung published some information on the SGH-a877 Impression. This sideways slider has a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen and a full, physical QWERTY keyboard with four rows. Samsung confirms that the a877 has an accelerometer and will auto-rotate when turned on its side. FCC documents confirm that the a877 will have at least dual-band GSM/EDGE/WCDMA and Bluetooth radios on board. No other information was available, but the a877 model name and carrier branding suggest that it will be offered by AT&T.
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Samsung Impression Keyboard ugh...
Really wanted to like it. Was ready to switch carriers to get this phone. Keys are so flat and flush. Thought they could have done better.
iff at&t gets it...
they will put their crappy software on it and again ruin a perfectly good device... at&t knows mobile email is a joke but they are to stupid to do anything about it. they have great devices but they neuter them to
This is a sweet phone.