The SCH-i405 model number puts the handset right after the Samsung Continuum which means that the specs, when released, probably won't blow your mind. The phone did receive Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certification but has yet to meet the august members of the FCC. That gives us about 6-8 weeks before a possible launch on Verizon. Of course, most of the carrier's customers have their heart and mind set on a different Samsung model, the Galaxy S II, so don't be too surprised if no one is jumping up and down about this leak.
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The Samsung SCH-i405 is the manufacturer's first Android model for Verizon with a side-sliding QWERTY