After we’ve seen some interesting things at Sprint yesterday, it seems like Verizon has outdone what it. If you really want to know what’s in the Verizon inventory then prepare yourself as you’ll be very happy so make sure you’re comfortable in your chair. According to this Verizon internal inventory that was sent to PhoneArena by an anonymous tipster, the carrier will soon start selling the Palm Pre, Palm Eos, HTC Touch Pro 2, BlackBerry Storm 2, Samsung Omnia 2, and an unknown Samsung Convoy U640.
We already knew that Samsung Omnia II is coming soon, as well as the HTC Touch Pro 2, however, this is the first time we’ve seen actual proof that the Storm 2 9550 is so close. Also Palm 101 is 99% the webOS-based Palm Pre, Palm 121 is 99% the long-rumored Palm EOS which is also featuring webOS, however, we didn’t expect the Pre to come so quickly to Verizon even if they said so when the smartphone launched.
This is the first time we’ve heard anything about the Samsung Convoy U640. What is thing thing? I guess this is an Android-powered handheld with the Cube UI, and many more. The bad thing is that we can’t consider these official, but we can consider it an official leak so I think that you should wait for Christmas time if you want to renew your Verizon subscription.
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