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QWERTY Cell phone: Successor to GALAXY S GLIDE (CANADA) ?

Is there an update coming out ? and when ?

Mobile Syrup June 16, 2012 displayed an article and a Samsung phone with a 5 row QWERTY.
The heading of the article says:

Samsung to release an AWS-compatible 720p QWERTY Android phone?
By Daniel Bader on June 16, 2012 at 11:01am in Mobile News

The second sentence of the article says:

"After releasing the Galaxy S Glide last year on Rogers and AT&T, the company is looking to bring a similar device to T-Mobile, and therefore potentially Mobilicity, WIND and Videotron."

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Keep in mind this is not up to the makers.

Cellular phones go through many gauntlets to land on the store shelves.

They present to the carriers, modify it to their whims, then must pass tests on the networks as well as governmental mandated tests.

This is rarely something the maker can control. (Apple being a notable exception.)
Bob

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(NT) Hoping to hear from a SAMSUNG person in the know.

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