plenty of rumors about it, the Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere II has finally been confirmed for a Verizon launch. Verizon announced the phone today in a News Center post, revealing that it will be available "in the coming weeks." Unfortunately, Verizon didn't get anymore specific than that, so we don't have an exact launch date for the Stratosphere II just yet.
Samsung's added another device to their ever expanding lineup on T-Mobile with the new Galaxy S Relay 4G -- complete with a slide-out QWERTY hardware keyboard. This mid-range 4-inch smartphone rocks Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich so lets see how it stacks up to the competition.
PHOTON Q 4G LTE. It has a nice 5 row QWERTY keyboard, 4G LTE, a fast dual-core processor and more so check out our hands-on video below.
We previously heard that the Motorola PHOTON Q 4G LTE might be launching on August 19, and today the company confirmed it. The Motorola PHOTON Q 4G LTE will be available starting on Sunday, August 19, and will set you back $200. Of course, that $200 price tag requires a two-year contract with your carrier, so be prepared to sign one of those if you want the PHOTON Q for that price.
Android lineup is a budget slider from Samsung. The new Transfix is just $179.99 on the carrier's pre-paid phone plans, and should be available from both the online Cricket store and retail locations later today. The company announced the new phone via a press release this morning.
Samsung Captivate Glyde - not to be confused with the Captivate, or, uh, the Glyde. Sources pin this one as a Q1 2012 release for AT&T. Details are scarce, but from the looks of it, we've got a 3.5-4-inch QWERTY slider on our hands. Based on the name alone, this may be an updated AT&T version of the Epic 4G.