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Verizon gets the Samsung Saga V.J. | , 11:42 p.m. Nov. 16, 2008 2008-11-16

 

Verizon have recently enriched their portfolio with a brand new mobile phone manufactured by Samsung. The new Samsung Saga is a great looking cellphone that comes with some remarkable features at a decent price.

 

The latest mobile phone added to Verizon’s portfolio comes with a 2.55 inch advanced touch screen and a great full QWERTY keyboard. Additionally the handset is a quad band GSM/GPRS, WiFi acces and Opera mobile browser. The handset is powered by Windows Mobile 6.1

 

Samsung Saga can be used to modify documents while on the go as the Windows Mobile package includes the Microsoft Office Mobile Suite which enables users to create and edit PowerPoint documents, as well as Word and Excel. Additionally the handset comes with Microsoft Active Sync 4.5 and Windows Mobile Device Center for Vista OS.

 

The new handset is equipped with a 2.0 megapixel camera with NightShot, microSD card slot for up to 16GB of external memory and Bluetooth stereo handset support. The handset can be found online starting Nov. 19 or in stores starting

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