Verizon has recently released the new Samsung Rogue, a successor to the old Glyde model. It comes with a 3.1" AMOLED display, a 3Mpix camera with flash and integrated editor, microSD support up to 16GB, full HTML browsing, Microsoft Office document viewing, TouchWiz, and a full slide-out keyboard. You can get it now for $99.99 on contract.
September 8th is the day when Verizon will release two new QWERTY sliders from Samsung, called the "Rogue" and "Intensity". The lower end Intensity is a 2G handset with a 1.3Mpix camera, and not much else, while the Rogue has a 3.1" WVGA AMOLED display, 3Mpix cam with autofocus, HTML browser, and TouchWiz UI. Both models will hit the shelves on September 8; the Rogue will cost you $199.
Verizon is likely to release a new QWERTY slider on August 15th. The Samsung u960 "Rogue" is a replacement for the Glyde model, and will be available at an "attractive and competitive" price, according to the source. Well, it looks good, packs a decent set of features - what else could you want?