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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.