Samsung Stratosphere Specifications, Features and Price

Verizon Wireless already has one cool Qwerty keyboard equipped device in Motorola Droid 3, but since it lacks the LTE support, it leaves a gap unfilled for people seeking LTE with physical keyboard. But Verizon has planned something — Samsung Stratosphere, which may not excite you as much because it lacks dual-core processor, but it’s got both Qwerty keyboard and 4G LTE onboard to justify its existence.

Samsung Stratosphere has been termed as mid-tier phone by Verizon Wireless, and it’s proven by the phone’s spec-sheet:

  • 1 GHz single-core processor
  • Android 2.3
  • 4 inch Super AMOLED Display with Gorilla Glass protection cover
  • 5 MP rear camera
  • 1.3 MP front facing camera (for video chats, and combing your hair)
  • 512MB RAM
  • 4G LTE
  • Qwerty physical sliding keyboard

It’s not wrong to say it’s very much like last year’s Samsung Epic 4G at Sprint, but for those Qwerty and LTE are a must, this is the phone to buy at Verizon. And if you want a dual-core qwerty phone with LTE, wait till Droid 4 hits stores, but this could take some 3-4 months to happen, at least.

Verizon has made two comparison charts: on with its own phones and other one competing the Stratosphere with like devices on market. Check them below:

Samsung Stratosphere

Stratosphere Comparison with Verizon Phones

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