Yet another Samsung-made Android smartphone is on its way to Verizon in the near future. All we know about it is that it’s going to be called Galaxy Stellar, and that it’s already appeared on the rebate form that you see below. So it’s going to be sold with a $50 mail-in rebate. That being the standard rebate amount over at Verizon though means we can’t infer where this device will be placed in terms of features and pricing, unfortunately.
And that’s literally all we’ve got on this right now. Droid Life speculates that the Galaxy Stellar might be a midranger, either the official incarnation of the oft-leaked SCH-i200 codenamed Jasper, or perhaps of the SCH-i410 that surfaced recently. If it’s going to be the latter, then it will be a successor of sorts to the Samsung Stratosphere, since that came with model number SCH-i405.
Though come to think of it, US carriers love tacking the number “2″ after the name of the original device for sequels. So if this is the Stratosphere 2, why not call it that?
Mysteries, mysteries… Stay tuned for more on this one.
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