For Verizon Wireless customers eager with envy of their T-Mobile brethren’s T-Mobile G2 Android smartphone with its full hardware keyboard in landscape mode, Android blog Android Central has gotten a hold of the Verizon Wireless HTC Merge in a video. It’s unclear if the final shipping retail units will be different from the unit that Android Central has obtained, but the video should give users a glimpse of the hardware and the awesome keyboard on the HTC Android device.

The Merge is slated as a world phone, so it will support a SIM card for international travelers. Additionally, it is also, sadly, loaded with Bing, giving it a schizophrenic personality between Google and Microsoft.

(via: Android Central; image also from AndroidCentral)

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