The Samsung Reality went on sale on April 22 on Verizon Wireless; some of you will think that the SCH-u820 looks a lot like the Samsung Impression on A&T. You will be right, but there are a few subtle differences, which we hope to point out in a review of its specs and features.
MobileBurn points out some of the obvious facts about the new Samsung Reality, such as its 4-row QWERTY keyboard, 3.2-megapixel camera, and its microSD card slot. These are the basis for so many other phones on the market, but what really sets it out above the rest? Firstly the build quality is better than average, but Samsung knew its market and designed it accordingly.
That strange keyboard that we mention above will take some getting used too, not sure how people will get on with the rubber keys though, although we do know how quickly young people can adapt.
The Samsung Reality SCH-u820 can be purchased for $79.99; this is after a $50 mail-in-rebate. To get the handset for this price you will need to sign-up for a two-year agreement with Verizon.