Samsung Galaxy Stellar will reportedly feature "Starter mode," $99.99 price tag on VerizonAlex Wagner - Senior News Editor
Hot on the heels of an image leaking details on Verizon's version of the Optimus Vu, another pricing card for the big red carrier has surfaced, this time with information on an upcoming Samsung handset. The shot, which was sent to Droid-Life, shows that the Samsung Galaxy Stellar will be priced at $99.99 with a two-year contract with it lands, while its full retail price will be set at $499.99. It's also said that the Stellar will feature an "easy-to-use Starter mode" and Amazon apps.
A recent rumor claimed that "Galaxy Stellar" is the retail name of Samsung's SCH-I200 Jasper, which showed its face in render form back in July. The Stellar will reportedly pack a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and Android 4.0, and a 2,100mAh battery is expected to be powering the whole show. There's still no word on exactly when this thing might be launching, but with renders, a rebate sheet and now a pricing card all leaking within the last month or so, it's possible that a release may not be too far off. Stay tuned, friends.