Smartphones have evolved quite a bit since the past few years. There was a time when phones with physical keyboards were considered the norm. However, that’s no longer the case with the advent of touchscreen handsets. With displays becoming larger and bigger every year, it’s nearly impossible to accommodate a physical keyboard within its exterior.
Verizon has good news for owners of the Samsung Stratosphere. A new update is finally on its way for the device. This update, which is called FF1, has long been anticipated by users especially since after the product’s launch last year, the Samsung Stratosphere has never gotten an update. Those, however, who are expecting that
Verizon Wireless has put the Samsung Stratosphere on a buy one get one promotion. The Stratosphere is a solid mid-range Android phone on Verizon’s 4G/LTE network. It’s big feature is a slide out qwerty keyboard very similar to the original Epic 4G on Sprint. For a few months the Stratosphere stood alone as the only
The phone hasn’t even been out for a month and KnightCrusader over at RootzWiki has already dropped the information on how to get root access to the new Samsung Stratosphere. As you already know the Samsung Stratosphere is a rebranded Samsung Epic 4G with 4G/LTE radios. As reported by another site, Samsung has kept a
While here at CTIA Enterprise & Applications in San Diego CA we got to spend a few minutes with the forthcoming Samsung Stratosphere on Verizon Wireless. The Samsung Stratosphere is an Android device running 2.3.4 “Gingerbread” and it features a 5 row slide out qwerty keyboard. It’s also the first phone to feature a qwerty
Droid Life is reporting that the highly anticipated Samsung Stratosphere will be released at Verizon Stores on October 13th. The Stratosphere isn’t rocking out of the stratosphere specs however it is on par with the Samsung Epic 4G on Sprint and it has 4G/LTE. The Stratosphere has a 1ghz processor, 5 mega pixel rear camera