Google rolled out a new Google Phone Gallery today, a handy way to see the amazingly huge number of Google-backed Android phones out there. But if you're looking for what Google CEO Eric Schmidt called the best rival to the iPhone, the Samsung Galaxy, it's missing for Verizon. Why? Verizon's Galaxy phone uses Bing as its default service.
On Verizon's site, you can see that the Samsung Fascinate, a "Galaxy-class" Android-powered phone, is on sale:
But it doesn't appear in Google's list of Verizon's Android phones:
As we covered earlier, the new gallery doesn't bill itself as a [...]
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