Verizon’s first Samsung 4G LTE handset is known as the Stealth V, where it has finally made an appearance over at the FCC today. This device is known as the SCH-i510 if you’re a sucker for model numbers, and it has already debuted at CES earlier this year. The Stealth V will most probably beat out the HTC ThunderBolt when it comes to being the first LTE device on Verizon’s new 4G network as mentioned earlier, where it will sport a 4.3” Super AMOLED display, Samsung’s dual-core Orion processor, an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p video recording capability, Android 2.2 (with the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update more or less a certainty down the road), HDMI out and a micro USB port. With it having passed through the FCC’s hoops, we can surely expect it to arrive earlier than the original summer 2011 date, right?
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