Engadget Mobile (et al) notices that the Samsung SCH-i760 has popped up on Verizon's site, in the form of a little photo demo gallery. Engadget calls it "arguably ugly", to which I reply: Form follows function, baby, and this function is beautiful:

  • 60 x 110 x 20 mm
  • 150 grams
  • Windows Mobile 6 Professional
  • 400 MHZ Samsung (naturally) Processor
  • 128MB ROM
  • 64 MB RAM (54.5MB for the User)
  • 2.8" touchscreen, 320x240
  • EVDO (I think Rev A, but that's not for sure?)
  • MicroSD
  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • WiFi (both B and G)
  • 1.3 mp camera

Of course, I'm a form factor nut and the thing I like about this form factor is the fact that they moved that 5-way down to the side to allow for more screen real estate. Plus, unlike the Vox, it looks like that slider keyboard is actually usable.

Final specs, release date, and price all unknown. My desire to check one out: known.

Check out a ton more pics after the break, including a real live, "I held this mother in my hand from our CTIA visit back in March.

the handset formerly known as I can do it all, is now up on Verizon's -- in some half-hidden way -- site.

Read: Samsung SCH-i760 spied on Verizon's site - Engadget Mobile