Samsung Behold II to head to Verizon? Samsung giving away a Behold II every hour

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Samsung Behold II to head to Verizon? Samsung giving away a Behold II every hour
Sometimes, you don't need a piano to fall on your head to have a "Aha!" moment. Thanks to a clue left by Samsung itself, we can say with a fairly decent amount of certainty that the Behold II is heading over to Verizon. First, some background. After the original Behold failed to make waves as one of the first feature phones with a 5MP camera (it did spawn a decent 30 second commercial featuring The Blue Van's "Silly Boy"), the Korean manufacturer re-designed the phone as a smart one with Android and was the first Android TouchWiz device with the 3D Cube Navigation. The handset is currently offered at T-Mobile but Samsung has left a major clue that Verizon will soon snag a CDMA version of the phone. On the product page on Samsung's own web site is a picture of the 4 sides of the 3D cube and one of the sides shows the Verizon VCast logo! If you are a Big Red customer and have been wanting the Behold II, it looks like you won't have to make the jump from the nation's largest carrier to the fourth largest.

Heck, you might not even have to pay for the handset! Samsung is having a "Be a Winner" contest where a web site counts down the time until the next Behold II is given away. The carrier is giving one away every 60 minutes and winning is as easy as clicking this link and registering for the contest. If you win one, let us know.

Samsung Behold II Specifications | Review

source: AndroidandMe (Verizon), Samsung (contest)


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