While the HTC ThunderBolt has certainly been the most prominent Verizon LTE handset as of late thanks to a multitude of pricing and launch rumors, there are a few other 4G phones coming soon from Verizon, like the Samsung 4G LTE (which may end up being named "Stealth"). We've heard little about the 4G LTE's launch date, but it looks like the device could be released in the near future. As you can see up above, the SCH-i510 just got MAP (Minimum Advertised Price) designation, which is usually a good indication that a launch isn't far off.
While the reception for the Samsung 4G LTE may not have been as warm as it was for the ThunderBolt and DROID Bionic, it looks like a pretty interesting device. There's a nice, big 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display on board, and of course we can't forget about the 4G connectivity. On the other hand, some feel that the i510 isn't really the most attractive phone ever, and Samsung's Android update history could hinder its chances at success with some consumers. Plus, we can't forget that the i510 has some pretty stiff competition in the TBolt, Bionic, and Revolution, too. How do you all think that Sammy's 4G LTE handset stacks up against Verizon's other LTE phones?