Video Tour: Samsung Saga & Renown
Phone Scoop takes a brief look at two new world phones from Samsung that work on Verizon Wireless's network in the U.S. and can roam onto GSM/EDGE networks overseas.
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We had the opportunity to test the new Samsung Saga and Samsung Renown. Both are offered by Verizon Wireless and offer coverage both in the U.S. and overseas.
The Saga is a Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone with optical mouse and full QWERTY keyboard. The Renown is a more basic feature phone that also has a camera. You can watch our video tour here:
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Optical Mouse is Garbage
You forgot to mention the saga has a touch screen
and the renown isnt that basic of a phone it has a 2.0 mp camera, mp3 player, memory card slot bluetooth etc, its more of a mid range phone with global capabilities