The ZTE-made Salute for Verizon Wireless is now available from online retailer Wirefly. The phone could be the first Verizon handset for the Chinese manufacturer. Verizon Wireless reps confirmed that the phone would be on sale directly from the carrier in a few weeks. Few specs were available, but based on the photos on Wirefly, the phone looks like a basic slider with Verizon's feature phone menu. Pics show a 1.3 megapixel camera around back.
Yet, still no Saygus Vphone. Go to hell, Verizon. Others may praise you for embracing the Android platform, but not me. I know better. You are still the same scum who would not allow Bluetooth profiles on the V710. If AT&T had not been whipping that arse with the iphone there is not a snowball's chance in hell that Verizon would have allowed Android handsets on its network. And its commitment to Open Development which it bragged about back in 2007? Fraud! There is nothing there but hot air.
Well T-Mobile USA already has jumped like a flea on a dog with the Â¨Made in ChinaÂ´ phones. MetroPCS is another. Huawei, ZTE are to name a few. Working conditions in Chinese factories are deplorable. Politics are dirty.
Azeron said: Yet, still no Saygus Vphone. Go to hell, Verizon. Others may praise you for embracing the Android platform, but not me. I know better. You are still the same scum who would not allow Bluetooth profiles on the V710.
Dude relax! Have you not ever heard of SEEM editing? Boy, you don't know what you missed!!! A quick change of a couple of HEX values in Motorola RAZR and any of the V series phones internal SEEM and you could have any and all Bluetooth profiles enable... (continues)