Samsung may have cornered the high-end smartphone market with the Galaxy S III , but not everyone is looking for a big, expensive new device. Many people are still picking up a smartphone to use for the first time. And even plenty of experienced users aren’t willing to shell out $200 or more for a new phone every two years. That brings us to the Samsung Galaxy Stellar. It’s a perfectly capable smartphone that’s free with a two-year contract, and it has a simplified starter mode for first-time smartphone users. Overall it’s a stellar deal, but the phone’s camera isn’t quite out of this world. Design and Call QualitySamsung Droid Charge, but overall the look is pretty tame. Still, it’s nice enough that you’d never guess this is a free phone. The 4-inch, 800-by-480-pixel display looks bright and sharp. There’s really nothing to complain about here, and it’s a huge step up from any feature phone on the market, though it isn’t as impressive as the 960-by-540 display on the Motorola Droid Razr M. The onscreen keyboard is a little cramped for typing, but you get used to it. The Stellar is a dual-band EV-DO Rev A (850/1900 MHz) and… Read full this story
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