We have heard previously that the HTC One and Motorola Moto X are coming to Verizon; now it appears two budget handsets will be available for its prepaid users. The Samsung Galaxy Stellar is an entry-level Android smartphone with Starter Mode, which assist users who don’t have any experience with an Android smartphone.
Numerous easy-to-use icons and widgets are positioned on the home screens to allow users directly access favorite apps, settings, dial pad and contacts. More accomplished users can choose the Standard mode, which uses regular Android widgets and Samsung’s standard TouchWiz interface.
It uses the older Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0), which is still adequate for most usages. Inside, the Stellar is reasonably equipped for a budget device, it comes with 1.2GHz dual core processor, capable of supporting standard productivity tasks and casual gaming. On the back there’s a 3,2Mp camera and a 4” WVGA display dominates the front part.
The LG Exalt is basically a feature phone with flip design and large keys for easier texting. It is a good choice for people who have trouble with onscreen display and tiny keys.