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...
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.
Conclusion: The Rogue is a compelling phone overall, but as far as general viewing conditions go, especially for those used to watching finely-calibrated HDTVs, the screen can be problematic to look at.
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.
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Cons: Outdated music player that lacks multitasking, Proprietary charger/data port, YouTube videos look blotchy and over-pixelated at full screen, Somewhat heavy feeling