Samsung Stratosphere Gets Sequel
Samsung and Verizon today announced the Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere II. Like the original, the new model is notable for its slide-out QWERTY keyboard, combined with Android OS and 4G LTE data. Compared to its predecessor, the new model has a faster processor and adds NFC. It also comes with Android version 4.0. Like most of its new Android phones, Samsung has added "Galaxy" to the name. The Galaxy Stratosphere II will be available "in the coming weeks" for $180 with two-year contract, or $130 after $50 mail-in rebate.
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What is NFC?
I've been waiting for this!!!. . .Got a few ?'s. . .
I gotta keep me Unlimited 4G LTE data!!!
What are the chances that this will get the Jellybean update???
Anybody have any idea if the Stratosphere II will have the same S Voice capabilities that the S3 has? That would be cool!
What about RAM, at least 1GB of RAM?
Probably not the same 2GB's of RAM that the S3 has.