Samsung Reality SCH-U820 expected to become a reality on April 22

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Samsung Reality SCH-U820 expected to become a reality on April 22
Verizon will soon be adding another QWERTY packing touchscreen phone from Samsung that'll compliment the Samsung Rogue currently being sold through the carrier. Being hailed by some as the baby brother of the Samsung Rogue, the Samsung Reality SCH-U820 is looking to become a reality for Verizon customers starting on April 22 based on a leaked document where it'll also get the green light from all of their sales channels. The handset features a 3” touchscreen, 3.5mm headset jack, 3.2-megapixel camera, and one-touch access to all of your required social networking sites. Even though it managed to skip out on CTIA, luckily it won't be too long now before customers will get a crack with this device – just expect to pony up at least an additional $9.99 a month for a required data plan if you currently don't have one. You never know what eventual outcomes might occur with it, you may just find yourself going online on the device more often than none.

Samsung Reality SCH-U820 Specifications

source: BGR



1. corporateJP

Posts: 2458; Member since: Nov 28, 2009

Great, another non-Android piece of sh*t Samsung touchscreen for VZW.

2. LGVX1993

Posts: 260; Member since: Jan 27, 2009

Very Cool. I hope it actually works right because I upgrade on the 26th.

3. JocularJester

Posts: 40; Member since: Oct 28, 2009

And how exactly is this "the baby brother to the Samsung Rogue"?

4. Mr_LaZy

Posts: 21; Member since: Jun 30, 2008

Because it's newer, hence it's born later after the Rogue? Lmao I was confused at firs too, no worries.

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