It’s Verizon intentional leak time again, this time with a bunch of new phones, that have had their manuals posted online. There are some models that are supposed to debut on Verizon Wireless starting November 11th. The carrier has already posted user manuals for some of the handsets, so we know what we’re dealing with.
The most appealing model is certainly the Samsung Continuum i400, a brand new Galaxy S model, packing two Super AMOLED displays upfront. Here’s the specs list of this original device:
Display: main screen – 3.4 inches, WVGA resolution, 480 x 800 pixels; secondary screen – ticker display (1.8 inch, 96 x 480 pixels)
CPU: 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird
OS: Android 2.1 with TouchWiz 3.0
Camera: 5MP autofocus camera, LED flash, 720p video recording
Connectivity: WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, EVDO Rev. A, Bluetooth
Memory: 2GB internal memory, 384MB RAM, 512MB Flash, 8GB microSDHC card preinstalled
Motorola CITRUS WX455 fits in the entry level smartphone segment and it’s among the freshest devices on the Verizon list. It’s manufactured from 25% post-consumer recycled plastic and it’ll run Android 2.1, also using 7 home screens. Here’s the specs list:
Display: 3 inch, 320 x 240 pixels, QVGA
Connectivity: WiFi, EVDO Rev. A, Bluetooth
Memory: 2GB microSD card
Other features: Backtrack sensor – optical navigation pad
Next up is LG Cosmos Touch VN270, an update to Cosmos VN250, featuring a 2.8 inch front touchscreen, just like the enV Touch. Its specs list includes a sliding QWERTY keyboard, a 1.3MP camera, a 3.5mm audio jack, Bing searching, Bluetooth and a microSD card slot. Samsung Zeal U750 is last on the list, as an update to Samsung Alias 2 U750.
Zeal comes with a darker hue upfront, Skype Mobile support and a microSDHC slot with support for 32GB of external memory. The rest of the features are just like the ones on the previous model: two displays, E Ink keyboard, 2MP camera.