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Samsung SCH-U460
Samsung Intensity II.jpg
SCH-U460 in Deep Gray
Manufacturer Samsung Electronics
Series Samsung Intensity
Compatible networks Dual band CDMA2000
First released 29 July 2010 (2010-07-29)
Predecessor Samsung Intensity
Successor Samsung Intensity III (SCH-U485)
Form factor side-slider texting
Dimensions 4.51 in × 2.57 in × 0.10 in[1]
Weight 4.1 ounces (120 g)
Memory 100.95 MB internal/ 32 GB external via SDHC[2]
Removable storage microSD/microSDHC[1]
Battery 960 mAh Li-ion
Data inputs QWERTY keyboard/numerical[2]
Display 2.2 inch[3]
Rear camera 1.3-megapixel[3]
Connectivity Bluetooth 2.1

The Samsung SCH-U460 is a side-slider text messaging mobile phone. It was released July 29, 2010 to Verizon Wireless. There is also a newer model of this phone named the Samsung Intensity 3 (SCH-U485). It is the current model of the series.


The SCH-U460 features include: a QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth, MP3 player, SMS, and a 1.3 MP camera, Mobile IM and emailing.[4] It does not have a video camera. The phone also has a Micro SD card slot that is accessible on the side. The phone also has a USB port on its side that was able to be used with the charger that is featured with the phone.


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