Verizon has finally released both the Samsung Rogue U960 and Intensity U450. The Rogue is the highly anticipated replacement to the Glyde from last year. It sports a resistive touchscreen and has the first AMOLED display on a Verizon phone. The Rogue U960 also includes a 3MP autofocus camera with LED flash, updated UI, 4 row sliding QWERTY keyboard, HTML browser, EVDO Rev A, microSDHC memory card slot (16GB), Vcast Music/Video and VZ Navigator support. Expect to pay $99.99 after a $100 rebate with a 2-year contract, $169.99 after rebate with a 1-year contract, and $419.99 full retail.
The Rogue requires an add-on data package (25MB for $9.99, 75MB for $19.99) on Basic and Select plans, or it can use unlimited data on Connect and Premium plans.