Conclusion: Some folks consider the Samsung Rogue as the replacement for the poorly received Samsung Glyde , and Verizon has found a winner in the Samsung Rogue. The Rogue is a solid feature phone that includes some attractive treats such as the AMOLED touch screen, TouchWiz UI, good audio quality as well as plenty of internal memory. The QWERTY keyboard is good for texters and social networking-centric web surfers, and the phone looks attractive.
Pros: Brilliant screen. Good music and V CAST video experience., Good music and V CAST video experience. Brilliant display.
Cons: EV-DO reception isn’t very strong., Signal strength on EV-DO isn’t strong.
Excerpt: Of the plethora of cellular handsets that manufacturer Samsung is releasing this fall, the Rogue is one of the few that offers a brilliant AMOLED touchscreen display. While it isn’t a smartphone by traditional definitions, shoppers shouldn’t be overly worried, though. Why? Put simply, in many ways, it is one of the more compelling non-smart handsets we’ve had the pleasure of using.
Pros: Great keyboard feel, Chic styling
Cons: Battery life, Garish display, Screen hinge feels on the cheap side
Conclusion: In every possible way the Samsung Rogue U960 is a worthy upgrade from the Glyde U940 . First and foremost the touchscreen issues have been completely resolved, thanks to it using resistive technology instead of capacitive. The 3.1” AMOLED display looks truly amazing and is the clear winner above traditional TFT.
Pros: 3.1” WVGA AMOLED display, Touchscreen sensitivity is good, Excellent camera performance, Awesome call quality and reception, 3.5mm headset jack, Nice overall build and fashionable design
Cons: Outdated music player that lacks multitasking, Proprietary charger/data port, YouTube videos look blotchy and over-pixelated at full screen, Somewhat heavy feeling