Samsung Rogue Has AMOLED Display, May Be Better Than Glyde

Samsung Rogue Has AMOLED Display, May Be Better Than Glyde

We less than liked Verizon’s Samsung Glyde, but perhaps the Glyde 2 or the Rogue will make us forget. The Rogue looks like a normal slider but its AMOLED display should be bright (much like the Impression’s).

Samsung went with a 3-inch resistive touchscreen for the Rogue, but it does include some more premium features like a 3MP autofocus camera with an LED flash. We are happy to see a 3.5mm headphone jack and a MicroSD slot. It has a HTML browser and EVDO Rev A speeds and supports VCAST Music/Video and VZ Navigator.

Right now the Rogue is $US100 on Verizon’s site (with a two-year contract and after a $US100 rebate). The full retail price is $US420. [Verizon via PhoneArena]