Verizon’s 4G Samsung Stealth gets new leaked glamor shots.

| March 8, 2011 | Reply

Are you like me and waiting for an and all news about upcoming Verizon’s 4G/LTE Android Devices? We now have some Samsung news for you, which should be a blessing for all of you tired of hearing about the HTC Thunderbolt. The Samsung Stealth has been given some new leaked info and pictures, read and look below and let us know if this is your next Android phone.

Samsung Stealth Specs
4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen (480 x 800)
1 GHz Hummingbird processor
Android 2.2 Froyo, upgradeable
802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi
Mobile hotspot up to 8 devices
8 megapixel rear camera, LED flash, auto-focus
1.3 megapixel front camera
828 MBs internal storage
microSD memory card slot expandable up to 32GBs
Bluetooth 3.0
HDMI out, 720p HD
3.5mm Headphone Jack
1500 mAh LiIon battery

Techno Buffalo says:

A trusted anonymous tipster spoke with us at length about the device and provided some insight into what was known as the Samsung SCH-i510. Confirming that the name will indeed be the rumored “Samsung Stealth”, they sent along some photos that show this new phone in the wild as you can see to the right and in the gallery below.

Right now the handset is targeted for a mid-April release as opposed to the middle of the year we kept hearing about at CES. The phone in the pictures is running Android LauncherPro simply because the tipster likes the looks better, but the final release of the phone will have the usual Samsung TouchWiz interface. The phone will be upgradeable at some point in the future past 2.2 Froyo, but they had no information on when the first update would happen.

The most promising tidbit to come from our tipster is that it appears the phone will enjoy the same massive speeds we’ve seen from the Verizon 4G LTE data cards with no plans of throttling it on the phones. Meaning this phone is going to be insanely fast when you’re in a LTE area.

Speaking to the battery, a major concern on 4G LTE devices, the tipster said that the 1500 mAh battery was giving him a full day (8 – 10 hours) with no issues. Seeing as other phones have had huge battery issues when it came to 4G speeds, this is a vast improvement.

Source: Techno Buffalo.

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