Verizon’s LTE Samsung Phone Gets MAP’d


Remember that phone by Samsung for Verizon with LTE radios that didn’t have a name at CES? Welp, Verizon’s starting to get those wheels moving as they’ve set it up with a minimized advertised price – usually, a launch isn’t far off from this step. (Rumors originally pegged this thing for Q1, too.) It’s being called the SCH-i150, but we still don’t have a name for it. With a 4.3-inch screen and a 1GHz processor, it sounds like it could turn out to be another unique Galaxy S phone for Verizon, but we’ll have to wait for more official details before we make that assumption. In the meantime, check out our walkthrough of the device below. [DL]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Does anyone know if Samsung finally put a Notification LED on these things?

  2. Who’s getting Welped? clean up your act dude.

  3. Nice maybe this phone they will announce an actual release and not continue to wait to release it

  4. damn sprint why can you pick phone like this one Verizon and at&t are kicking your but?

  5. This phone and the AT&T Samsung Infuse maybe Galaxy S II phones.
    Because in the video she said she don’t know if its a dual core processor or not. So the only 2 carriers we’re waitin for is Sprint & T-Mobile

  6. Think about it. Why would they release another Galaxy S wit the same specs as the Galaxy S II and jus a couple of months before the official release of the Galaxy S II lines. when I’m almost certain Samsung had to inform all carriers they were makin a sucessor for the Galaxy S

  7. Tmobile is getting the samsung galaxy s 4g and the samsung galaxy 2 (the real one not a carrier specific one) so that only leaves sprint without one

  8. @Earwin where did you get the info that tmo will have the int’l galaxy s? I thought they don’t even operate on the same band :/

  9. T-Mobile operates on international bands as they are an international company, AT&T operates on Canadian bands, perhaps ’cause they sell more Blackberrys ‘eh ;)

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