The Samsung Galaxy Stellar is called a simple starter Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone with two modes one for newbies (starter) and another standard Android mode.
Features of the Samsung Galaxy Stellar include a 4" touchscreen, 1.2-GHz, dual-core Snapdragon processor, 3.2MP camera, front facing camera, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a microSD card slot (up to 32GB) as well as 4G LTE data access. Some are calling it the Droid Charge Jr. or mini-Samsung Galaxy S.
Many would call the Samsung Galaxy Stellar a starter or entry-level smartphone, the data, however costs the same for all Verizon Wireless smartphones. Therefore we suggest a little more time, reviews and figuring out what you want to do with your smartphone before buying it. We also know that Verizon Wireless and Amazon will heavily discount smartphones on Black Friday and beyond.
We reviewed several reviews, the specs and build are decent. however reviewers noted that the camera quality is subpar by today's and last year's standards. To put it simply, the Samsung Galaxy Stellar has the specification of roughly the top-of-the-line Android smartphones from last year, except for the camera which is not worldly enough for most users.
Starting tomorrow, Verizon will start selling the Droid RAZR HD a Droid RAZR HD MAXX, top-of-the-line smartphones with huge 4.7" touchscreens. These phones have all the bells and whistles and are the stiffest competitors to the Samsung Galaxy S III(read comparison).
If you don't want to lose your grandfathered unlimited data, you could find a better deal by buying a used or refurbished Droid Charge or Droid RAZR from last year. Read how to keep unlimited Verizon Wireless Data plans.