That’s because, starting today, Verizon employees are being trained to master the smartphone’s capabilities (so they can present them to customers after launch).
The snapshot seen below reconfirms that the new Samsung handset is a Droid – Verizon’s first 4G LTE Droid.
Droid-life has it that the Samsung Charge can be used as a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to 10 other devices –which is certainly good news (the HTC Thunderbolt supports only 8 devices).
The Charge should cost $299 with a new 2-yr contract, or $700 without any agreement. Expensive, I know.
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