Gadget blogs have started to build up hypes over Samsung’s imminent 4G LTE Droid-series smartphone on Verizon Wireless. The device was displayed at the CES 2011 in January, but without a brand name. Major discussions on the Web about the device are regarding its name, which Samsung has not officially announced. PocketNow recently posted an image of the phone with a prediction on its name, Samsung Charge. The tech blog further mentioned that device was codenamed Stealth. Hence, it is may either be a Samsung Droid Charge or Stealth.
Samsung 4G LTE certainly comes up with the same tech specs of the company’s successful Samsung Galaxy S series. However, the new Samsung Verizon 4G smartphone will have a display screen of 4.3-inch. The device was displayed at the CES beside the other smartphones such as HTC Thunderbolt, LG Revolution and Motorola Droid Bionic.
HTC Thunderbolt is indeed the first 4G LTE smartphone on Verizon Wireless. Samsung Droid may surely be the second LTE smartphone on the largest cellular carrier in the U.S. Samsung Droid Charge or Stealth may advance up in April 2011, according the tech blog predictions. The device will initially feature Google android 2.2 Froyo and can be upgraded to Android 2.3 Gingerbread in some other time.