Samsung's 4G LTE smartphone for Verizon may not have an official name yet, but it does sport a battery to keep you humming along at 4G speeds for a full day without reaching for the charger. That's the report coming from TechnoBuffalo, anyway, who claims to have gotten a handful of info on the SCH-i510 from a "trusted anonymous" source. According to this tipster, the i510 will be coming to market some time in the middle of April and will indeed sport the Stealth moniker that we've heard a couple of times in the past. A couple of other tidbits: the i510's 1500mAh battery was good for around 8-10 hours of LTE use in the tipster's testing, and the handset will indeed launch with Android 2.2 beneath Samsung's TouchWiz UI, although an upgrade is allegedly planned for an unknown date.
We've heard that the ThunderBolt may be experiencing some battery problems, so it's good to hear that Sammy's VZW LTE offering has enough juice to last a full day, which is really all most of us ask of our smartphones nowadays. Both Verizon and Samsung have been pretty quiet about the i510 ever since CES this year, but with the evidence of an imminent launch growing and CTIA around the corner, we should be hearing more soon. Stay tuned!