New Eco-Friendly Samsung QWERTY Device
In what looks to have been an accidental posting on Samsung’s website yesterday, the yet-announced Replenish made its first semi-official debut. The page has since been removed but not before the internet grabbed hold of the specs and details. Due in June, the specs are as follows:
- Candybar style QWERTY
- Touch screen 2.8-inch QVGA display
- Camera (no details)
- 801.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi
- Recycled and recyclable plastics
- Dual-band 850/1900MHz CDMA/EvDO
- Bluetooth 3.0
This device was recently approved by the FCC under the model number A3LSPHM580. Looking at this candybar style QWERTY, I see a great introductory Android device for any tree hugger / Blackberry User. We’re not yet certain as to what version of Android the Replenish will run but we expect that to leak ahead of its announcement.
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