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We still think that the Saga is one of the better portrait QWERTY WinMo phones currently on the market -- the optical mouse is awesome and global roaming is a more-than-welcome capability -- and it's only gotten better with the release of an official update from Samsung. The new build features Micr

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Nothing new or unexpected here: just like we said a few days ago, the Samsung Saga, one of the bluest handsets in recent memory, is now available online at Verizon. Also filed under \"things we already knew,\" the globetrotting GSM and CDMA-enabled smartphone with EV-DO is selling for $199.99 (with a

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Nothing new or unexpected here: just like we said a few days ago, the Samsung Saga, one of the bluest handsets in recent memory, is now available online at Verizon. Also filed under \"things we already knew,\" the globetrotting GSM and CDMA-enabled smartphone with EV-DO is selling for $199.99 (with a

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We know about most of these handsets, but it's always fun to get a few final views before they're officially announced and made available, isn't it? phoneArena has what must be the complete (or close to it) lineup from Samsung for the US market in the next few months all in one place, showing the a

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And now a little bit of news out of our \"straight out of left field\" department: Verizon's apparently getting the Omnia. We've spent so long trying to will a North American HSDPA-equipped version of Samsung's WinMo superphone into existence that we totally failed to consider the possibility of an E

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Don't worry, you throng of dual-band Samsung smartphone fanboys and girls out there -- Verizon hasn't forgotten about you. It's been a little while since we've heard anything about the i770, but a new slide shows that Big Red's positioning it (or trying to, anyway) for Q3 availability, which just h

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Last time we saw the i770, it was looking pretty raw -- but things move quickly in this crazy industry we're all following so closely, and it seems like Samsung might be settling on a final production look for its latest WinMo gift to Verizon (with more than just a little input from the latter, no

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Sandwiched between a pair of overdue TPS reports in our desk's inbox this morning was this little gem, a glossy Verizon presentation filled with magical, exotic wonders hailing from a place and time not too far from our own. For starters, we're guessing that the giant \"ID NOT FINAL\" label here mean

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First, the good news: we don't think the global roaming Samsung i770 Windows Mobile phone for Verizon is actually going to look like this. Now, the bad: it's probably pretty close. We're not here to bum you out, though -- come get the lowdown on Verizon's plans for the remainder of '08 by accompany

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Remember when we caught wind that Verizon was prepping a worldband version Samsung's i760 Windows Mobile piece? That rumor's suddenly gained a lot more credence now that we've seen a so-called SCH-i770 pass through the FCC's hallowed halls, especially considering the device outline's uncanny resemb

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Remember when we caught wind that Verizon was prepping a worldband version Samsung's i760 Windows Mobile piece? That rumor's suddenly gained a lot more credence now that we've seen a so-called SCH-i770 pass through the FCC's hallowed halls, especially considering the device outline's uncanny resemb

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So much for the six months of confidentiality asked of the FCC on this one. Phone Scoop is reporting some new info on Samsung's upcoming i770 Pocket PC flip phone, noting that the device sports an M600-esque rocker keypad for alpha input, MicroSD slot, dual color displays, 2 megapixel ca

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Here's a neat one from our friends at the FCC. Looks like Samsung has a new Windows Mobile device in the works. The i770 is quite the mix of flip, QWERTY, and swivel action. At least we think it's swivel, it could be just some dual facing camera. The GSM phone has EDGE and probably UMTS, along with

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