The Samsung Galaxy Stellar Enters the Big Red Milky Way
Our galaxy the Milky Way is calculated as having roughly 100 billion stars. This gross estimate is measured by the amount of light that is put out by individual stars. Measuring this gives us that rough figure. If Samsung continues to push out Galaxy phones, and we measure their presence in luminosity, they very well could be throwing off alien scientists from another world! Ok maybe an exaggeration, but a new Samsung Galaxy device has become official and space for other device gets slimmer by the day. The newly announced Samsung Galaxy Stellar has been circling our atmosphere for some time now and as of today; Verizon and Samsung have given the Stellar the go head for entrance.
The Samsung Galaxy Stellar first popped up in leaky internal Verizon documents way back in July. Since then, its presence has been felt in premature leaks from the likes of Verizon and Best Buy. An announcement from Verzion today however makes this little monster of a handset official. The news comes down the wire via a good old fashioned press release and those looking for a bargain could never be happier. The Samsung Galaxy Stellar sports almost a Droid Charge design and packs in a significant amount of power! It starts with a more than capable 4 inch LCD touch screen that comes packing a 480×800 pixel resolution at 233 pixels per inch. Internally the Stellar runs with the likes of Android version 4.0 and gets its processing powers from more than capable 1.2 GHz dual core chipset that is helped along by 768 MB of RAM and 4 GB of ROM. You can also expect expandable microSDHC memory options up to 32 GB. Around back the Stellar houses a 3.2 mega pixel camera that sports features like video recording, auto focus and digital zooming. An additional 1.3 mega pixel front facing camera is available for all your video calling needs. The Samsung Stellar also packs in a bit of high powered connectivity with the likes of Verizon’s 4G LTE, Bluetooth version 4.0, Wi-Fi, GPS and micro USB. The best part? The Samsung Galaxy Stellar is free, on contract and after a rebate of course. The Galaxy Stellar will be launching this Thursday for about $50 bucks and come with a $50 dollar mail in rebate, essentially making this new device free!
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