It's been a little while since we've heard from the Samsung Stratosphere II, but a leaked image of the rumored device has surfaced once again today. The fine folks at @evleaks have posted a new image of the Stratosphere II, showing it off in all of its slider glory. Sadly, @evleaks didn't post any new details about the phone along with the image, but the picture does clearly show Verizon and 4G LTE branding.
So, it seems that when this phone is eventually revealed, it'll be headed for at least Verizon. This isn't the first time we've heard that the Stratosphere II will be a Verizon handset, as previous rumors have told us the exact same thing. We still don't know too much about the Stratosphere II at the moment, but previous sightings in a Verizon equipment guide show that the device will have a 4-inch Super AMOLED display.
Of course, there's also the slide-out QWERTY keyboard that we can clearly see in the image above. The 4-inch screen and the physical keyboard suggest that the Stratosphere II is going to be a low-end budget handset, just like its predecessor was. At least it'll come LTE-ready, which should be a pretty big selling point.
Another interesting thing to point out - the image from @evleaks shows that the Stratosphere II has a menu button on the front, something we don't see all that often. At the end of everything, it seems that the Stratosphere II is indeed a real phone, so now all we need is an announcement from either Verizon or Samsung and we'll be set. Keep it tuned here to Android Community for more information!