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What is the Samsung Galaxy Stellar headed for Verizon?

What is the Samsung Galaxy Stellar headed for Verizon?
A stellar new device is heading to Verizon from Samsung, literally. The Samsung Galaxy Stellar is the name of  one of the products listed on a linked Verizon document that shows all of its models being sold with a rebate. Back in March, Samsung filed to trademark the "Stellar" name, but nothing more has been seen with that title until now. Samsung has told us that it will unveil a new Galaxy device on August 15th, although insiders say that the product to be announced will not be a phone. At this point, we have no idea if the Samsung Galaxy Stellar is a phone or a tablet.

Assuming that the Samsung Galaxy Stellar is a phone, there are a couple of  upcoming Samsung handsets that have been linked to Verizon. One is the Samsung Jasper which is a mid-range smartphone packing the omnipresent dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 S4 processor, and a possible sequel to the side-sliding LTE enabled Samsung Stratosphere. With the original Stratosphere sporting model number SCH-i405 and a new device from Sammy visiting the Bluetooth SIG, the FCC and the Wi-Fi Alliance with the model number of SCH-i410, it sure seems like a follow-through model to the Samsung Stratosphere is coming soon. A sequel to the device would probably be called the Samsung Stratosphere II. As a result, the Samsung Galaxy Stellar could be the model that we know now by the Jasper code name.

Hopefully we will get some more information soon that gives us a better idea what the Samsung Galaxy Stellar is all about. Right now, the only thing we do know is that there will be a $50 mail-in-rebate for buyers of the device.

source: DroidLife

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