Samsung's Glyde Slides Open at Verizon
Today Samsung announced the SCH-u940 Glyde, a new sideways slider for Verizon Wireless that has a touch screen user interface on the front. The Glyde is a CDMA version of the F700. Its UI is based on Samsung's Croix interface, but has been heavily modified for Verizon. It features haptics feedback and measures 240 x 440 pixels. The Glyde also slides open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard for messaging. Other features include a 2 megapixel camera with autofocus and flash, a microSD slot for storing media (supports up to 8GB), and stereo Bluetooth. The Glyde has EVDO data, a full HTML browser, and supports Verizon's Get It Now and V Cast services. The Glyde will cost $250 after rebates with a new two-year agreement.
Samsung bundles a touch screen and QWERTY keyboard into one, pocket-friendly phone. Reach out and touch the Glyde.
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"Heavily Modified for Verizon" Say goodbye to 3/4 of the features.
For example, there's the "Veriz...
Not what I expected, Any questions?
Have used phone for 3-4 days so if you have any questions, let me know.