The latest details about the SM-W750V come from well-informed @evleaks, and suggest that the smartphone is codenamed Huron, looking “very similar to a late model Galaxy S.” Does this mean it resembles the Android-based Galaxy S4? Probably - but we can’t know for sure yet.
There is still no word on when Verizon is planning to announce the Samsung SM-W750V. The largest US mobile carrier is already selling a Samsung-made Windows Phone 8 handset: the Ativ Odyssey. This, however, is a rather low-end offering, and it’s being sold for $0.99 on contract.
As Nokia Lumia 929 Icon. Maybe the carrier will announce both new handset at the same time? We’ll see.