It's been a while since we have seen a Froyo-powered device launch, but that doesn't mean that we should immediately write it off by any means. Samsung has brought the DoubleTime to the table with a new form factor, and for its intended purpose it does quite well. With the flip up QWERTY keyboard it is rather easy to tell that this device is aimed towards those who will be using it for heavy...
AT&T in October dropped a whole mess of devices on us with nary a release date. That changes today, however, as AT&T announced on Twitter that the Pantech Pocket and Samsung Doubletime and Captivate Glide will be available starting Nov. 20.
The Pantech Pocket, as you'll remember from our hands-on, is an interesting mid-level device with a 4-inch display with an unconventional 600x800...
AT&T hasn't forgotten the cost effective line of devices with their latest unveiling of their Android line up either. The Samsung DoubleTime specs fit that bill nicely, and while you won't be blown away with the specs it's still a worthy device to be picking up as a back up or for those in school.
Processor Qualcomm 600 MHz
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