The first live image of Google/Samsung’s upcoming “Switch” phone has surfaced. This keypad-less device will sport a large touchscreen display and built-in GPS functionality.

What’s pictured in that all too familiar blur is the phone’s contact program said to be an extended version of Gtalk combining Gmail, text and instant messaging. According to our tipster, the device doesn’t have any on-board storage. That’s right, all your applications are served up over the network with new apps “attached” to your account via a web interface

[via Engadget]

The first live image of Google/Samsung’s upcoming “Switch” phone has surfaced. This keypad-less device will sport a large touchscreen display and built-in GPS functionality.

What’s pictured in that all too familiar blur is the phone’s contact program said to be an extended version of Gtalk combining Gmail, text and instant messaging. According to our tipster, the device doesn’t have any on-board storage. That’s right, all your applications are served up over the network with new apps “attached” to your account via a web interface

[via Engadget]