Verizon Wireless Announces the Samsung Stratosphere
Verizon wants to take the highest levels of the smartphone world with the introduction of its latest handset, the Samsung Stratosphere. This particular smartphone is part of the family of Samsung Galaxy S, which will be available online and in brick and mortar stores starting October 13. Being thin in nature, it is also touted to be the stable 4G LTE smartphone, which comes from Verizon Wireless, which will sport a 5-row QWERTY keyboard for quick and easy messaging.
Specially designed to please your eyes from all angles, the Stratosphere Samsung Samsung's very own feature, 4 "Super AMOLED screen as well as B2B connectivity services enabled by Cisco, Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync support, and play well with the secure management of remote devices Sybase. The Stratosphere Samsung is clearly the business professional in their sights, thanks to a solid support data management. For those who wonder if you have what it takes to be a media center, keep reading after the jump.
The stratosphere is able to offer download speeds of 5 Mbps to 12 Mbps and upload speeds of 2 Mbps to 5 Mbps when you are in a coverage area of 4G mobile broadband. Since this phone aimed at business professionals, do not think it would be too preoccupied with the development of a virtual keyboard twists, preferring the precision of a physical keyboard while offering Samsung appropriately with their five-row QWERTY keyboard
Google Android 2. 3 Gingerbread is the operating system of choice, and with this little information, you can be sure that it will have the support of Google mobile services including Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk, Google Search and Google Maps - to say nothing of being able to enjoy a lot of applications from the Android Market. Other hardware specifications include a 1.3 megapixel camera on the front, a 5 megapixel camera on the back that also need to record HD, Mobile Hotspot capability and DLNA connectivity. If you do not want to waste bandwidth in 4G connection, then Wi-Fi is always to make backups.