Verizon Wireless has detailed and begun pushing the latest software update for the Samsung Stratosphere. Those with a Stratosphere can expect an update that brings a handful of what Verizon describes as "device enhancements." This is one that will have Stratosphere users sticking with their current version of Android, but hopefully with a few less issues than before.
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Verizon. After launching the Galaxy Stratosphere II quietly back in November, today Samsung and Verizon have issued the update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the phone.
Verizon Wireless or Samsung, it looks like the Stratosphere III has recently made an appearance with the FCC. Of course, we should point out that calling it the Stratosphere III is a bit of speculation. What we do know is that this handset is sporting a model number of SCH-I425 and a codename of Godiva. The FCC filing suggests an announcement is coming soon.
GLBenchmark database has offered up some details for a yet to be announced Samsung smartphone. The device is the Samsung SCH-I425 and it is expected to be heading towards Verizon Wireless. And as the I425 name would imply, this looks like it could be another Stratosphere.
Samsung Stratosphere, all of them are slate-style phones. If you want a keyboard with your LTE, then this is it. The QWERTY slider is very, very similar to the Samsung Epic 4G, with the distinction that it comes on Verizon and features Gingerbread. So, how does it stack up against other 4G phones and QWERTY slider from Verizon? Let's find out.
has been rooted by some industrious modders. While the root method isn't the easiest in the world, but it should be easy enough for most advanced Android users. For the record, the Stratosphere was only on the market for a little under two weeks before a root method was discovered. The Stratosphere is essentially the same hardware as the Samsung Epic 4G, with a little elbow grease to move it over to Verizon's LTE network and update the software to sweet, sweet Gingerbread. As far as hardware goes it's strictly middle of the road, but for the moment it's the first and only QWERTY slider phone to take advantage of Verizon's LTE network. Interestingly, it seems to be the first Verizon LTE phone to use a Mini-SIM card, saving some small but valuable space in the phone's interior. The phone is basically on-par with the original Galaxy S, plus some extra bulk to accommodate a full keyboard. Android Community got some hands-on time with the phone last week, and a review is coming shortly. Would-be modders should know that Samsung releases the source code for its kernels on a regular basis, so now that root has been achieved, full-fledged custom ROMs won't be far behind. [device id=1936]
Samsung Stratosphere is the latest 4G phone from Verizon, and to the delight of certain parts of the Android world, it's also a full QWERTY slider. The mid-range device is based on the last generation of Galaxy S phone, and as far as feel and dimensions go, it's got a lot in common with its cousin the Epic 4G. It's launching at a relatively cheap $149.99 - a song for an true LTE slider phone. Our initial impressions follow.
Micro-SIM standard. The Micro-SIM will be Verizon's standard phone identifier going forward - you can see a Micro-SIM slot on the DROID RAZR in our hands-on coverage.
Samsung Stratosphere QWERTY keyboard slider rocking 4G LTE and a great mid-range price is available starting today, October 13th, at Verizon. It had its fair share of leaks and now can finally be yours if you fancy a full side-out keyboard.
Samsung Stratosphere comes to us as no surprise today. We've seen countless leaks of this mid-range QWERTY slider in the past. Spotted on some Verizon roadmaps, cleared the FCC last month, and full press shots have leaked a few times too. Verizon's 4G LTE device range is about to get one more added soon, that being the Samsung Stratosphere.