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Samsung Mobi SCH-U620 (Verizon Wireless)

The first of two phones that support V Cast Mobile TV, the SCH-U620 is a solid performer. But those looking for more flash may want to wait for the LG VX9400.

By April 4, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating April 4, 2007
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Apple v. Samsung

The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone and iPad, that delves into where one company's designs end and another's begin.

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The Samsung SCH-U620 cell phone provides access to Verizon Wireless' V Cast Mobile TV service.

The Samsung SCH-U620 cell phone provides access to Verizon Wireless' V Cast Mobile TV service.

May 21, 2008

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Photos: Samsung SCH-U620

The Samsung SCH-U620 is the first cell phone released to support Verizon's V Cast Mobile TV service. See it in all is glory in our slide show.

10 Images By April 5, 2007

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Photos from CES Unveiled: Vegas' opening night

The greatest tech show on Earth has officially kicked off with CES Unveiled, a chance for the press to get their hands on a choice selection of sheer awesomeness

By January 6, 2008

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Moto unveils V Cast TV phone

Motorola'z Rizr Z6tv is the company's first phone for Verizon's V Cast Mobile TV phone.

By September 28, 2007

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Verizon to nab Samsung SCH-U410

The flip phone with the VGA camera is expected by this summer.

By May 11, 2007

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Samsung Mobi is the other V Cast Mobile TV phone

The Samsung SCH-u620, also called the Samsung Mobi, supports V Cast Mobile TV.

By January 7, 2007

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The iPhone's features: What's new, what's not

Apple's iPhone has a host of noteworthy features but not all of them are new.

By June 26, 2007

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V Cast TV could launch March 1

It is expected Verizon will launch its V Cast TV service with the Samsung SCH-U620 in just more than a week.

By February 20, 2007

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Photos: LG rules the roost for V Cast Mobile TV

The VX9400 is Verizon's second, and better, V cast Tv phone.

By May 4, 2007