Samsung LTE Android Device for Verizon
Verizon’s just cranking out LTE devices, aren’t they? On HTC’s end, there’s the Incredible HD. Motorola’s putting out their mystery HoneyComb tablet, and now we’ve got a picture of a Samsung device that’s packing LTE and Froyo, along with TouchWiz, of course. It’s worth noting that a tipster is saying this device won’t be sporting Bing search (hallalujah). Could Verizon be giving up with their Bing fiasco and going back to Google search? One can only hope so. No other specs or a release date on this one, but we’ll keep you posted if anything new pops us. Anyone want to pick this one up yet, or do you want to see more before you buy?
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