Verizon is about to launch another 4G LTE Android-powered smartphone after the HTC ThunderBolt. This device will be manufactured by Samsung and has been nameless for a long time now. It was, in fact, the only device in recent months to be announced before it even had a name.
Yesterday some rumors seemed to be confirmed indicating that the device will be called Droid Stealth. Previously, the smartphone was referred to as Stealth or Stealth V many times, but now Droid-Life claims that two of its trusted sources say that Stealth was merely a codename, and not the final name by which the phone will be sold.
Apparently, it will be called the Verizon Droid Charge. Whether or not that’s going to be the case we’ll find out soon enough, since Costco is set to start taking pre-orders for the device in a couple of days, but one thing’s for sure: Verizon’s Droid line will, for the first time ever, include a device manufactured by Samsung. Previously, only Motorola and HTC got in on that hot Droid action.
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