Phone Reviews: Samsung Glyde

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Make/Model: Samsung Glyde (SCH-u940)
Network: CDMA 800/1900
Size: 103.8 x 50 x 17.8 mm
Weight: 117 g
Display: 2.8” Color LCD Touchscreen, 240 x 440 resolution, 262,000 Colors
Data: 1xRTT/1xEVDO rev.0
Carrier: Verizon Wireless
Form Factor: Candybar with Slide-Out Keyboard
Memory: 40 MB built-in, microSD card slot (up to 8GB officially supported)
Notable Features: Touch screen and side-sliding QWERTY board; 2MP Camera with Autofocus and Flash; Audio/Video Player with stereo speakers and VCAST streaming media support; GPS with new build of VZ Navigator Service

Touchscreen and Full QWERTY Keyboard in Compact Body; Clean Menus and “Croix” User Interface; 2MP Camera with Autofocus and Flash; GPS with VZ Navigator; Full HTML Browser; Good Sound Quality

Touchscreen Can Be Difficult to Use, Especially Around Edges and Using Web Browser; Slightly Thick Profile; No D-Pad

Samsung F700 reduced to a cool and compact size in making the Glyde. The slide-out QWERTY board is very practical and comfortable is surprising given its small size, and finger-friendly touch screen is generally quite good (with some peculiarities constantly frustrating). Glyde provides much of the Voyager a flash smallest, simplest device, and is a new option for fun in messaging Verizon phone lines.

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