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Samsung Stealth Struts Around In Early Hands-on Photo.


The Android onslaught continues with these new pictures captured by TechnoBuffalo of the Samsung Stealth. Besides a unique design (that looks sort of like a fighter jet to us), a 4.3-inch AMOLED display, 1GHz Hummingbird processor, Android 2.2, 8-megapixel camera (rear)/1.3-megapixel camera (front), and 720p video recording support round up a decent mid to high-end range Android device. It’s worth noting that besides the “Samsung Stealth”, “Droid Charge” has been mentioned in conjunction with the same hardware as well — for what it’s worth.

The last remaining question is how will that LTE affect battery life. According to TechnoBuffalo’s early hands on, the Stealth handles such things like a champ. Though we’ll leave final judgement in the back room until we have a go at this little wonder ourselves. A couple more pictures from CES (Unwired) after the jump.

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Slew Of Upcoming Verizon Android Handsets Revealed!

If you were this close to purchasing a new smartphone, you may want to hold off just another month or two to see what turns up. Yeah, you can’t get too deep into the “just wait one more month” syndrom as technology (especially smartphones) evolve entirely too fast. But for now, just hear us out.

Phandroid scored a few details regarding potential Android handsets coming Q2/Q3 to Verizon Wireless. They include the Droid Incredible 2, Droid 3, Droid X2, and Samsung Stealth. The Droid Incredible 2 will supposedly come in all white and feature a chrome bezel that wraps all the way around the device. On top of that, the DI2 will have support for global 3G on both GSM and CDMA.

As for the other handsets, information is pretty sparse. But what we have so far is that the Droid 3 will feature a 4″ QHD (960 x 540) display and sliding QWERTY keyboard. The Samsung Stealth is the fabulous previously unnamed 4G LTE phone that we saw at CES. Meanwhile the Droid X2 is void of any details. Really — none. But we know it is coming if it’s any reassurance.

What do you think: Worth waiting for?
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