First image of the Samsung U450, to launch soon along with the Rogue

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First image of the Samsung U450, to launch soon along with the Rogue
The only thing we knew of the Samsung U450 was that it has an FCC profile. Today we have the pleasure to unearth the first image of the device, sent to us by a kind tipster of ours. While the pic is rather blurry and dark indeed, we have some additional information coming along with it. The Samsung U450 will be a QWERTY side-slider sporting a numeric keypad as well, and what is even cooler is we’ve been told the phone is now in Verizon’s software upgrade system, which may mean that launch is close. Other features of the U450 we know include a 1.3MP camera, MP3 player and Bluetooth. This makes us think that it would be more of a budget-oriented texting device.

Samsung U450 Preliminary Specifications

The other image we’ve received is of the long-rumored and much-leaked Samsung Rogue U960. According to our source, it is now in the carrier’s software upgrade system too. Interestingly, the Rogue on the image has a design that differs from what we have seen before. It still has the square middle key on the front, but the send and end ones have a different shape. We are not sure which one is the up-to-date version of the phone, but we can now hope this will all be clear soon enough. Hooray!

Samsung Rogue U960 Preliminary Specifications

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1. EraserXIV

Posts: 38; Member since: Jul 16, 2009

i hope it doesn't look like that.

2. LGVX1993

Posts: 260; Member since: Jan 27, 2009

I'll be very dissapointed if the Rogue comes out looking like that

3. Trendygirlx23 unregistered

Me too

4. 321

Posts: 9; Member since: Aug 17, 2009

it seems like its only the send and cancel buttons that have changed. its not that big of a deal. the design is still the same and so are the side buttons.

5. 321

Posts: 9; Member since: Aug 17, 2009

6. Fremontcellguy

Posts: 2; Member since: Aug 21, 2009

why cant samsung actually make a decent phone

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