SCH-U450 in Charcoal Black
|Compatible networks||Dual band CDMA2000|
|First released||16 September 2009|
|Successor||Samsung Intensity II (SCH-U460), Samsung Intensity III (SCH-U485)|
|Form factor||side-slider texting|
|Dimensions||4.25 in × 2.08 in × 0.65 in|
|Weight||3.53 ounces (100 g)|
|Operating system||Brew 188.8.131.52 Sp01|
|Memory||31 MB internal/ 16 GB external via SDHC|
|Battery||960 mAh Li-ion|
|Data inputs||QWERTY keyboard/numerical|
Samsung SCH-U450 is a side-slider text messaging mobile phone. It was released September 16, 2009 to Verizon Wireless as the Intensity and on Alltel as the DoubleTake. The phone comes in two colors: black and red. There is also a newer model of this phone named Samsung Intensity 2 (SCH-U460). Intensity 2 has the same basic features, but has a different look and a higher-resolution camera. Samsung Intensity 3 (SCH-U485) is the current model of the series.
The features of SCH-U450 include: a QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth, MP3 player, SMS, Mobile IM and emailing, and a 1.3 MP camera for photos only. Video filming is not supported. The phone comes in three different colors; flamingo red, black and blue. The phone also has a Micro SD card slot that is accessible by removing the back plate.
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