Verizon unveils holiday lineup

We’ve already seen T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T tip their respective hands, so it’s about high time that Verizon comes clean on the topic of their fall/winter smartphone lineup. What you see above is the Samsung SCH-i760, which runs Windows Mobile 6 and slides out to reveal a full-QWERTY keypad; it will go for $350 after a mail-in rebate and two-year agreement. Next up, we’ve got the familiar Palm Treo 755p, which we’ve seen before on Sprint’s network. Then there’s the HTC Titan (going by the catchy name of “XV6800”), a WiFi-equipped slider with a full-QWERTY keypad. HTC gets even more love from the big V in the form of the Libra (“SMT5800”), a svelte little phone with Windows Mobile 6 Standard and a 2-megapixel camera. No pricing on the latter three yet but we should find out soon, as all four handsets are set to launch during the coming weeks.

For more on Verizon’s new lineup:
– see this press release

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