Lookie here, folks, it's the SCH-I920! Oh, not into Verizon's name game? OK, it's the Samsung Omnia II we've been expecting, and it's on Sammy's support site. (opens in new tab) Note that the cubic butotn on the bottom has given way to what we'll call a shield design (our second choice was the gaping maw).
Also listed is what's in the box. Nothing surprising here, but we love bullet points. And so ...
- 1500mAh battery.
- 3.5mm headphone jack adapter that doubles as an FM radio antenna.
- User manual CD.
- "Companion" CD.
- VZAM CD.
- Quick-start guide.
- Reference Guide.
- Health and Safety Warranty brochure.
- RF brochure.
You know, the usual stuff. Anyhoo, still no word on pricing or availability, but we have to believe it's sooner rather than later at this point.
Via Engadget Mobile
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The more I see; the more I want this phone! It looks like the FM radio will stay in the North American version of this phone. What other smartphone has one? I can't wait for this thing to go on sale.
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