Verizon Samsung Gem Spotted Again
Remember the Samsung Gem? We first found a photo of it along with some specs back in August, and then it popped up again in a leaked Verizon roadmap. Well, it’s reared it’s head again via an announcement from Sammy, and it’s not going to impress a lot of people. The Gem will feature:
- Android 2.1 (what a surprise) with TouchWiz 3.0
- a small-ish 3.2-inch WVGA display, presumably Super AMOLED, that apparently has scratch/smudge protection.
- a 3.2MP camera
- A MicroSD card slot
- 800MHz processor
- Swype and Samsung’s Social Hub preinstalled
No word on an official release date or pricing, but we’ll keep you posted. Keep in mind that the Samsung announcement doesn’t name a carrier, but we’re assuming it’s Verizon due to the leaked roadmap from August. More on this as it develops. Anyone else not impressed with this device?
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