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Video Tour: Samsung Rogue

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Sep 29, 2009, 5:11 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Here is a look at the Samsung Rogue, a new TouchWiz-based messaging phone for Verizon Wireless. The screen looks good and the QWERTY keyboard works well. We wish social networking ran deeper than mere web links, though.

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Here is a video tour of the Samsung Rogue for Verizon Wireless. It offers TouchWiz and a full QWERTY keyboard. You can watch the video here:

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Oct 20, 2009, 7:43 PM


i just got my rogue last week and it says the bluetooth suppport many pofiles such as basic imaging, printing, etc, but it wont do any of it other phones can do it to my phone but all the rogue does is send name cards and calendar events which is wack is that all it can do?
I dont know if its my fone but the sound quality is not impressive. For a nice fone as this it should come with better quality its too low and muffled. And also why does the battery drain so fast i mean it only last half of the day i had the dare and that would last like 2 days if i used it the same way i used the rogue which i can only talk for like and hour if i text and stuff. There is to many faults with this fone i like the layout and the different apps the camera i...

Oct 1, 2009, 1:32 AM


..there doesn't appear to be much interest in this phone as opposed to other sites like HoFo. from what i've heard, it supposedly beats the enV touch by a few inches. it wasn't enough to make me switch out my enV touch, but i thought it'd generate more discussion on phonescoop? is it because of the mandatory data plans?
🙂 I just received the Samsung Intensity yesterday, Wed 10/7/09, and it's a good messaging phone, but it does lean toward the teens to use. Buttons are a little small to text with. So, now I have just purchased the Samsung Rogue, and I should be getti...
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