White Samsung Fascinate Hitting Best Buy on October 24th

Is that black Samsung Fascinate just not cutting it for you? No fear, Best Buy is here. The electronics super-store will release a white version of the device on October 24th. As you all may know, the Samsung Fascinate has received some criticism due to the fact that the device uses Bing services, like Search and Maps, instead of Google. The Fascinate is just one of a few devices to receive the special-edition white version, just like the HTC EVO and Droid Incredible before it. Also available in the same color, and the same date, the Sony Ericsson Xperia 10.

Is anyone going to pick one up, now that Best Buy has it in white? Anyone trading in their black Fascinate for a white one?

Source: DroidLife

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1 Comment

  1. Paul Danger Kile
    October 14, 00:17 Reply

    It’s easy to replace Bing with Google. You need root to change the light up button down there, but otherwise the install is easy. I was OK with Bing on there, until I figured out that many apps assume that Google is your default, and work by concatenating Google search parameters to your default search URL; that won’t work, because Verizon changed it from Google to Bing-through-Verizon!

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