The 4G LTE Galaxy Stellar from Samsung was seen a few weeks ago on a forum associated with rebates. Everyone assumed that it was an Android device in the low to mid-range as the $99 price tag suggested at Verizon. But it has been listed with Starter Mode and it is being sold with Amazon apps preloaded as opposed to the Google Play Store reports Droid-Life.
Verizon Samsung Galaxy Stellar
The wording on the advert at Verizon says that the handset comes with an easy to use starter mode and on device help. It also says that the handset has a compact design that fits in the hand comfortably and you can shop and stay entertained thanks to Amazon Apps.
The big questions is will this device be among the first of Android devices to do away with Google apps and go with the Amazon App store instead? The news about the Stellar device is causing a great deal of interest especially when it comes to finding out if Amazon apps will be the future for Android handsets.
Whatever it may be, it is no match for the Samsung Galaxy S3 so expect this to be an attempt by Samsung to try something a little different.