Samsung Rogue SCH - U960 (Verizon) review

Though printing and Rogue share the same basic design, they are not identical. 4.29 inches long and 2.17 inches wide by 0.65 cm in thickness measurement, Snape is a bit shorter and thicker, and is slightly more square edges. It is easier to 4.94 ounces, but it has a nice heft when held in hand. Rogue also has a nice texture battery cover to give better grip on the phone, and bronze and silver colors gives it a sophisticated look.
Rogue of the most spectacular feature is definitely the 3.1-inch AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) display. It's just wonderful, even if you suffer a bit of direct sunlight. Supported by 262,000 colors and 480x800 pixels, the bright colors, the picture is clear, and the text is tack sharp. You can adjust the backlight, the font size to call the menu style, starting the clock on the screen, and the transition effect between menus. The touch screen is very intuitive and easy to use, too. Do not touch the calibration wizard, so you can optimize the response. We want to see that the monitor is vibrating feedback - you can also adjust the length and intensity of vibration. Rogue features Samsung's TouchWiz interface, which offers a folder shortcut toolbar widget. Some of the widgets are the most useful one-touch access to the social media sites like Facebook, YouTube, MySpace and Twitter.

In the bottom row of the home screen, four shortcut icons that lead to the phone dialer, the contacts menu, the messaging menu, and the main menu. Phone Dialer has virtual keyboard with many keys, a shortcut to the menu of contacts, groups and favorites. You can also choose to write a text message with the virtual keyboard is available - just select new text message in the messaging menu when the phone is closed. Although not much sense to use this interface when the phone has a full keyboard, we can see how it would be useful if you only have one hand free to send a text message.

You're not just stuck in a virtual control, a physical keyboard. Below the display text, clear, and End / Power keys, a volume rocker and charger jack is on the left of the spine. On the right of the screen lock button of the spine, voice command button, a speakerphone button that doubles the zoom button in camera and camcorder. The camera is activated the camera. In addition, the right slot and 3.5 mm jack for headphones, which are always welcome music to the phone. On the back of the phone is the camera lens, which is a self-portrait mirror and LED flash.

Verizon's first phone to have an AMOLED display its features.

Samsung Rogue (U960) Features
  1. Large 3.1-inch AMOLED touch screen
  2. Slide-out QWERTY keyboard to type messages with ease
  3. Surf the web using the full HTML browser, even bookmarking favorite sites
  4. Take photos or video with the auto-focus 3.0-megapixel camera and camcorder with flash and image editor
  5. VCAST Video service to download and view video on this multimedia capable phone, and VCAST Music with Rhapsody capable to download and play music, ringtones and more
  6. Supports the following Bluetooth profiles for handsfree functionality: mono headset, stereo headset, handsfree, serial port, dial-up networking, object push for vCard only and more
  7. MicroSD external memory port to store pictures, videos, sounds and music (Up to 8GB)
  8. Optional Location Based Services such as VZ Navigator
Rogue is the first phone from Samsung for Verizon to have a AMOLED features: 3.1-inch touch screen with 480 x 800 pixels, widgets of a tactile QWERTY keyboard with 4 lines, EV-DO Rev A connectivity, GPS, Bluetooth stereo , headphone jack 3.5 mm, full HTML browsing, 3 megapixel camera with flash and microSD card support (up to 16GB). Samsung Rogue is available from Verizon for as low as $ 99.99 (with-agreement 2-year contract and after a $ 100 mail-in rebate).


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