The Galaxy Stratosphere II, released on November 2012, gets its latest software update version JZO54K.I415VRBMF1, which brings improved performance and many bug fixes. Among new features and improvements, you’ll get the following: Caller Name ID is now supported as a downloadable (from Google Play Store) application, SIM pin entry screen now displays the correct number of remaining attempts, Lock screen functionality has been improved when in Emergency calling mode, Enhanced lock screen security and Custom ringtones for the contact list have been improved. Also, addressed bugs include the internet browser reset issue, blue/monotone screen requiring reboot, and text message deletion during word correction.
Yes, the mid-range, 4-inch Super AMOLED screen smartphone had a lot of fixing to do, but we hope it’s okay now and ready to do a good job with its 1.2Ghz dual-core processor and QWERTY keyboard. Other specs include 4G LTE, NFC and Android 4.0 operating system with TouchWiz. The Stratosphere II comes with a 5MP primary camera with LED flash and autofocus, and a front 1.3MP one. According to our source, the update should arrive to your device anytime now.
If you do not have patience, you can follow the steps Settings > About Device > Software updates > Check New and see if it’s already there.
The Stratosphere II runs on a Li-Ion 1800 mAh battery, with an internal memory of 8 GB, 1 GB RAM and MicroSD extension up to 32GB. It weights 154 g and it only comes in black. Users are quite pleased of it, especially of its shape and keyboard, and they couldn’t have gotten some better news than the software update. The price tag is now around 200-300$ so it won’t leave your pockets empty. If you already own it, be on the lookout for the update and let us know that other improvements it brings.