Samsung ‘Godiva’ Phone Spotted with Verizon branding; No sign of QWERTY Keyboard

Samsung I425 'Godiva'

Another day, another news on the upcoming Samsung SCH-I425 “Godiva” Android phone. Verizon customers looking for a Samsung phone with LTE connectivity love in the near future will want to take a look at the above image. Yesterday, we reported about this handset’s GLBemchmarking results, which is on its way to Verizon Wireless, and we also guessed it would be lunched as the successor to the yesteryear’s Stratosphere II QWERTY handset.

The good folks over at Engadget got some early pics of the upcoming Samsung “Godiva” phone, and it appears that there’s no side-sliding QWERTY keyboard. We now have a better idea of what to possibly expect from this handset, and you can also see the Verizon branding on top side of the handset. What we see on the photos actually confirms the previous leak.

As you can see from the image itself, the device will be running Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS with TouchWiz user interface on top of it and it will have 4G LTE connectivity. One of the first things that you’ll probably notice in “Godiva” is its display resolution of 1280×720 pixels and sources say that it won’t be having any hardware keys on the front side. No word on other specs of the handset. Launch date and the carrier availability are far from being known. But, the source of the photos above claims that the handset’s launch moment shouldn’t be far off. We will see more images and leaks of this device in the coming weeks/months. Stay tuned!

Samsung I425 'Godiva'

Source: Engadget

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