Samsung Stratosphere flies through FCC, has LTE 4G and slideout QWERTY

Stratosphere-367x600 Verizon and Samsung seem to have a few problems these days. The flagship Samsung phone on the network currently has some major issues, and the manufacturer won't be releasing a Galaxy SII device on Verizon either. 

But Samsung and Verizon are trying to rekindle the flame in the relationship by releasing the Samsung Stratosphere. It's a 4G LTE phone that also has a slideout QWERTY keyboard, making it the first of its kind on Verizon.

The Stratosphere looks very familiar to the original Epic 4G, so it's probably the same thing. If so, that would mean that the specs will be a 1GHz processor, a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, and both a front- and back-facing cameras. But really, that's about it. 

We'll probably not be seeing the Samsung Stratosphere anytime soon. And to be honest, that's probably a good thing. 

[Droid-Life]
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