Thanks to Verizon, there is finally a new QWERTY handset being added to the Android family and it is none other than the Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere 2. Even though the design of the Galaxy Stratosphere 2 doesn’t differ much from it’s first generation’s, but most of it’s specifications had been upgraded by Samsung.
In case you do not know, this Ice Cream Sandwich device will be the first Verizon’s QWERTY handset that is LTE enabled. Apart from the ability to support 4G network, I would say that the Galaxy Stratosphere 2 has the typical specifications of most mid-range devices that runs on a 1.2 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor. Like most mid-range devices, it also has 1GB RAM coupled with 8GB of on-board storage as well as a 5MP rear camera.
If you’re interested in this device, then get ready to pay a whopping $129.99 (2 years contract price) for it!