Samsung Glyde 2: Image Leak Boogaloo

Posted: Jul 3 2009, 3:15pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:11pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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The Samsung Glyde 2 probably won't come out for the Verizon network for a few more months. Until very recently we had absolutely no info about this new smartphone at all. Thankfully, the friend of a Verizon employee snapped a photo of his buddy's handset and sent it over to Boy Genius, who promptly spread it to the world.

I've got to say, the Glyde 2 is one of the best looking Samsung phones I've ever seen. It's got a nice, big touchscreen (I'd say 3.5-4”) that looks like it's OLED or AMOLED. It also has a sliding four row keyboard, which is almost enough to make me consider cheating on Android for this baby. Sources also indicated that it has a TouchWiz UI and a built-in accelerometer, plus an on-screen QWERTY keyboard as well.

We know absolutely nothing else at this point. Until Verizon chooses to share with us, or until we get another lucky leak, we'll just have to wait.

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