Samsung Stellar headed to Verizon Wireless?

Samsung Stellar headed to Verizon Wireless?

Verizon and Samsung are always coming out with some good and impressive devices, like the Galaxy S III, which is the best Galaxy device so far. Now it seems that Verizon is planning to carry yet another Samsung device, and it will be launched as Verizon Samsung Stellar. Also it will come with $50 rebate, and right now that’s all we got about this device, but the question is, are we familiar with the Stellar?

Droid-Life is reporting that this device is probably a mid-range device, and it clearly means that we are talking about the Samsung Jasper we saw few days ago, and it’s kinda similar to the Droid CHARGE in design though. Anyway, it seems Verizon is launching it as an option for people who are looking forward to a mid-range version of SGSIII. They are also saying that this device might be successor to Samsung Stratosphere.

Let’s wait for Verizon to pop-out and clear the air. In the meantime, who’s looking forward to this? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: Droid-Life

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