Samsung U460 passes the FCC and is headed to Verizon

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Samsung U460 passes the FCC and is headed to Verizon
Ten months ago the Samsung Intensity U450 made its way through the FCC and was released by Verizon Wireless later that summer along with the Rogue U960. Now comes a newer model, the Samsung U460, as it too has now been approved by the FCC and Bluetooth. The limited information that is provided by both sites indicates that the Samsung U460 will be a CDMA 1X device (sorry no EVDO), and will feature a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, 1.3MP camera, and music player. Sounds nearly identical to the Samsung Intensity U450 doesn't it? But this comes as no surprise as most manufactures only introduce minor changes, mostly cosmetic, between there budget phones from year to year. We'll keep you updated when any new information about the Samsung U460 becomes avaliable.

source: FCC and Bluetooth.org








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6 Comments

1. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

I am guessing it is the Samsung Corby...?

2. wade1968

Posts: 224; Member since: Apr 12, 2010

i think samsung needs to stop making 40 phones a year and focus more on 8-12 devices

3. corporateJP

Posts: 2458; Member since: Nov 28, 2009

Wonder if it will suck as bad as the u450 (or most other Samsung phones for that matter)?

4. doublej1970

Posts: 28; Member since: Apr 16, 2010

Try the samsung reality it is a nice upgrade for samsung! They are finally getting some good idea's from LG and the android's!

5. cigolatagirl unregistered

kaç para olduğu neden yazmıyorr.........

6. stella marc unregistered

I am guessing it is the Samsung Corby...?.i think samsung needs to stop making 40 phones a year and focus more on 8-12 devices.Wonder if it will suck as bad as the u450 (or most other Samsung phones for that matter)?.Try the samsung reality it is a nice upgrade for samsung! They are finally getting some good idea's from LG and the android's!......@@@@@@

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