Samsung Reality U820 makes an appearance at CTIA 2010

Samsung Reality U820 makes an appearance at CTIA 2010
The Samsung SCH-U820, of which we have already posted (not one time), has made an appearance at this year's CTIA 2010 for a short while, when Samsung seems to have decided that it's still not the right time to show the handset to the public. Even though, here's a picture of the side-sliding QWERTY phone, which will reportedly make its debut with Verizon as the Reality soon enough.

The Samsung Reality U820 will be a typical touchscreen feature phone for texting and social networking, being equipped with a 3-inch WQVGA resolution screen, full QWERTY keyboard, 3.5mm jack, microSDHC slot and 3.2MP camera. A pretty decent mid-range device, if you ask us.

Samsung Reality U820 Preliminary Specifications

source: CNET



1. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

This phone will only be nice if it is free with 2yr contract.

2. KnownothingBozo

Posts: 12; Member since: Sep 01, 2009

Your mom will only be nice if she is free with a 2 yr contract. In reality, your mom is much like this phone. Not a bad piece of equipment by any means, it's just that everyone is so spoiled from having it free with a 2 year contract that now everyone expects anything that isn't top of the line to be free, all just because it isn't top of the your mom. But sadly the only phones that come free with a 2 yr contract these days are discontinued or...refurbished...ick. I'm not sure I'd want a refurbished mom...unless she comes free with a 2 yr contract, then she'd be nice. But you know the thing about refurbished phones, they usually are tested 50 different ways to make sure they are active and viable before being released back into the wild...which means your mom might be pretty experienced at least. I guess what it really comes down to...does your mom require a mail in rebate?

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