Verizon launches next 4G LTE Android phone the DROID Charge by Samsung
By Joni Blecher Follow me on Twitter | Thursday, April 21, 2011 (permalink)
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Following in the steps of the ThunderBolt by HTC, the latest 4G LTE-capable cell phone from Verizon, the DROID Charge by Samsung, also sports a spacious 4.3-inch display. There are even more similarities between the two smartphones: they both have a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera and rear-facing 8-megapixel camera, run Android 2.2, and sport a 1GHz processor. The DROID Charge by Samsung has a few other features that help differentiate it, for example, it doesn't have a kickstand like the one found on the ThunderBolt. It does, however, have the Samsung Media Hub app for downloading or renting movies and TV shows, the SWYPE keyboard, and can share its 4G LTE data connection with up to 10 other WiFi-enabled devices (compared to sharing with up to eight devices on the ThunderBolt by HTC).
The DROID Charge by Samsung will be available next week. What do you think about the latest 4G LTE cell phone from Verizon? Let us know by leaving a comment below.