Last month, we’ve seen an unannounced Samsung Android smartphone that’s supposed to arrive at Verizon. Called Samsung SCH-405, the handset has appeared again now, in more photos. And, more importantly, we’ve got new details on its features.
Apparently, the SCH-405 is running Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread, and is an LTE device.
According to Android Central, the phone sports an “awesome” display, which might mean it’s a Super AMOLED one (most likely with a WVGA resolution).
Other than that, the handset has a 5MP camera on the back, a 1.3MP camera on the front, and a sliding QWERTY keyboard. And yes, it does resemble Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G (as previously mentioned).
There’s no word on when Verizon plans to launch the Samsung SCH-405. But if it’s released after the Motorola Droid Bionic (thus sometime in August the earliest), it will become the carrier’s fifth 4G / LTE smartphone.
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