The Merge (also known as Lexikon) was seen lots of times before, but it’s only now that a video of it has showed up.
Android Central has managed to take a hands-on look at the Merge, showing off its nice hardware (sliding QWERTY keyboard included), and the Froyo UI with HTC Sense.
As mentioned before, the Merge features an SLCD WVGA display, global roaming capabilities, 3.5mm headset jack, 5MP camera, HD video recording, 800MHz processor, and MicroSD card slot.
All in all, the Merge should be a really solid Android offering when it launches later this year (maybe on November 11) on Verizon.
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