The Samsung impression, which is known for its great OLED display, is now available on the AT&T network. With a contract, it can cost about $199 ($399 without). It is not really a smartphone, but it has many widgets (we’re not fan of Samsung’s widget system) and most importantly, it has a physical qwerty keyboard. Among the technical highlights: HSDPA (3.5G), GPS, 190MB of user memory, MicroSD support, 3hrs talk time, 250hrs of standby time and 5.3oz.
Next Story: iPhone Should Get Voice Dialing, Video Recording