Verizon Samsung Rogue Has AMOLED Display, Promises to Be Better than Glyde It Replaces

We less than liked Verizon's Samsung Glyde, but perhaps the Glyde 2 or the Rogue will make us forget. The Rogue looks like a normal slider but its AMOLED display should be bright (much like the Impression's).

Samsung went with a 3 inch resistive touchscreen for the Rogue, but it does include some more premium features like a 3 megapixel autofocus camera with an LED flash. We are happy to see a 3.5mm headphone jack and a MicroSD slot. It has a HTML browser and EVDO Rev A speeds and supports VCAST Music/Video and VZ Navigator.

Right now the Rogue is $100 on Verizon's site (with a 2 year contract and after a $100 rebate). The full retail price is $420. [Verizon via PhoneArena]