The carrier didn’t show any photo of the Acclaim yet, but Engadget claims to have an image of it.
As already reported, the Samsung Acclaim is a touchscreen device (3.2 inch, HVGA) with a full QWERTY keyboard. The handset runs Android 2.1 and also features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Google Mobile Services, 3MP camera, MicroSD card slot.
There’s something wrong with its navigation pad, but other than that the Acclaim looks decent:
U.S. Cellular hopes to offer the Samsung Acclaim R880 starting June. The smartphone’s price is not know at the moment.
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