Those who are looking forward in buying a high end Android based slider smartphone can now look towards the Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere 2, which had just been released through Verizon. The QWERTY slider handset had received a $129.99 price tag, though according to the latest rumors you can even get it for free, of course not from Verizon. We will discuss about this during the next few lines, so if I have managed to arouse your interest, check the following.
The Galaxy Stratosphere 2 has high end specs for a QWERTY slider Android powered device, though if you take a look over the performances you can only conclude that in fact, it is a mid-rage smartphone with decent specs and features, so nothing outstanding here. Therefore, I must mention that the Verizon Stratosphere 2 is coming with a dual core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon S4 Plus processor, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal storage memory, a 1,800 mAh battery, a 5 MP camera on the back along with a 1.3 MP one on the front, NFC support, a 4 inch Super AMOLED display and the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
If you like what you see, then you must know that Verizon just released the device today. As already mentioned, the Galaxy Stratosphere 2 price is $129.99 with a new two year commitment. The same price is being applied for those who want to upgrade their contracts too, so no discount mentioned. Fortunately for you, according to the latest rumors, the Stratosphere 2 will be available for free through Radio Shack but only for those who are willing to upgrade their commitment with the mentioned retail.
If you are a patience kind of customer, then you can wait a little bit more as the Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere 2 will be made available at Best Buy too, though the exact release date and the future pricing offers are still unknown.