Samsung U320 for Verizon Wireless spotted on the FCC site

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Samsung U320 for Verizon Wireless spotted on the FCC site
It's been since September 2008 when the Samsung Knack U310 was release by Verizon Wireless as a budget phone with minimal features and cost. Now its replacement, the Samsung U320, has been spotted on the FCC approval site, which means it should be headed to Verizon in a couple of months. However, it doesn't look like the U320 will be much of an upgrade from the Knack, as Bluetooth and camera are still missing. Though we can probably expect it to keep its clamshell form-factor, large dial-pad, and dedicated 911 & ICE buttons for quick access. We also hope that the U320 will get better reception than the Knack U310, which often dropped calls and showed "searching for service", as we pointed out in our review.

Samsung Knack U310 Review | Specifications

source: FCC (Samsung SCH-U320)





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