Samsung's First 4G LTE-enabled Android smartphone for Verizon announced at CES 2011

Samsung's First 4G LTE-enabled Android smartphone for Verizon announced at CES 2011
Verizon Wireless and Samsung Mobile at CES 2011 have announced that the Samsung 4G LTE smartphone will be available on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network. The unnamed smartphone runs on Android 2.2 Froyo OS, a brilliant 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus touch screen display, powerful 1GHz application processor and HTML5 Web browser that uses high-speed 4G LTE connectivity for faster downloads.

Designed with a rear-facing 8MP camera with LED flash and front-facing 1.3MP camera, the Samsung 4G LTE smartphone supports video chat capabilities. Messaging is made simple on the Samsung 4G LTE smartphone with a virtual QWERTY keyboard equipped with Swype technology. Additionally, the Samsung 4G LTE smartphone will come preloaded with popular LTE-specific applications.

Samsung 4G LTE smartphone is also equipped with Google Mobile services, including Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube and access to more than 100,000 applications on Android Market.

The 4G LTE smartphone has access to Samsung’s Media Hub content service available on the 4G LTE network, which offers a robust collection of premium movies and TV episodes from some of the biggest entertainment companies for purchase and rental. Users can stay connected with Samsung’s Social Hub, built around messaging, contacts and calendar sync, which allows users to send and receive information, whether it is e-mail, social network updates or text messages.

The Samsung 4G LTE smartphone will be on display at CES 2011 in Verizon Wireless’ booth (#35216 in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center) and in the Samsung booth (#12006 in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center).
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