By Evan Blass | September 27, 2010 6:40 AM
We hope that you enjoyed our unboxing and hardware tour of Verizon’s Samsung Fascinate — its very own Galaxy S — and now we have a software tour to further explore the device. Verizon has not made all that many modifications, and most of them are the same V-Cast-style multimedia integration that gets shoehorned onto most of the carrier’s 3G phones these days. No, what really interests us the replacing of certain key Google applications (like, uh, Search and Maps) with Microsoft’s Bing versions. Don’t worry, though, as folks craving variety can of course still download the stock Google apps through the Market. To see what else Big Red has added, check out the video below.