Samsung's Reality is now a reality for Verizon

Samsung's Reality is now a reality for Verizon
As expected, Verizon Wireless has released the Samsung Reality U820, avaliable in Piano Black and City Red, for $79.99 after a $50 rebate with 2-year contract. The main feature here is it's Social Networking connectivity using Samsung's TouchWiz interface to allow for easy updating your status, uploading a picture, and responding to wall posts on Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter. The Samsung Reality U820 comes with a 3" 240x400 resolution TFT resistive touchscreen display, as well as a 3.2MP fixed-focus camera, side-sliding QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth, music player, HTML web browser, VCast Music/Video services, microUSB port, and supports up to 16GB microSDHC memory cards, but data is limited to EVDO Rev 0 speeds. While these features are not bad, the Samsung Rouge U960 still has the Reality U820 beat, as it comes with a 3.1" 480x800 resolution AMOLED display, EVDO Rev A for data, and a 3MP autofocus camera with LED flash and is currently listed on the Verizon site at $49.99 (after a $100 rebate with 2-year contract). So which Samsung phone would you choose?

Samsung Reality U820 Specifications

source: Verizon Wireless (Samsung Reality in Piano Black, and City Red)



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