Pricing has not been disclosed yet for the handset, which would not get confused with say, the Samsung GALAXY Nexus. First, there is the 3.5 inch screen with resolution of 320 x 480 with 512MB of RAM aboard. 2GB of native storage is matched by the pre-installed 2GB microSD card that comes with the phone out of the box. The 3MP camera on back also captures video. Android 2.3 is running the show.
No, this is not the launch date that Verizon customers have been waiting for, but then again, not everyone can or wants to shell out $299.99 on contract for a smartphone, even if it is the first Android phone running Ice Cream Sandwich. For those people, there are handsets like the Samsung Illusion.