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Review: Samsung Glyde

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The Glyde supports a number of Bluetooth profiles, including object push, printing, networking and others. The two most important, standard headsets and A2DP stereo headsets, worked fine. Pairing took less than a minute for both types of headsets and we were able to listen to music through the stereo sets easily. Music sounded decent, but there was a bit of choppiness and loss of signal.


If you want to check the time on your Glyde, just hit the home screen when the phone is asleep. It will ask you to wake the phone up by pushing the unlock button. But below that button, the Glyde shows you the time. It's not super large and obvious, but it is there, and lets you check the time without having to actually unlock the phone.


The Glyde comes with a-GPS and access to Verizon's VZ Navigator service.

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