The Jasper is one shy device. After making an appearance at the Bluetooth SIG two months ago we’ve finally gotten some more information for the SCH-I200, upon the release of it’s FCC documents. What do we seem to be looking at? A mid range addition to Verizon’s LTE stable playing second fiddle to the S III.
A little summary on what we do know so far: the Jasper’s got the Snapdragon S4 clocked at 1.5 GHz onboard, runs ICS and has an 854X480 pixel screen. The Gem and the Illusion, previous mid-range phones, were numbered the I100 and I110, so the Jasper looks like a successor to the two. It scored 2853 on the GLBenchmark, which is respectable.
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