New Samsung based Windows Phone 8 (SM-W750V) flagship coming in 2014?

New Samsung based Windows Phone 8 (SM-W750V) flagship coming in 2014?
As we told you the other day, Zauba is a logistics site that keeps track of imports and exports into India. Quite often, Samsung imports phones into the country for testing, and the devices end up on the Zauba site. Just last weekend, we spotted the SM-N7505 which could be a Galaxy Note device with a 5.5 to 5.7 inch screen.

Now, a new device labeled the SM-W750V with a 5 inch screen has been sent by Korean based Samsung into India for testing and evaluation. Information about the phone is scarce but according to a published report out of Japan, this is a Windows Phone 8 model using a single SIM card. The report theorizes that the "V" at the end of the model number means that the device is heading to Verizon.

Verizon is expected to have an exclusive on the unannounced Nokia Lumia 929. This will be a 5 inch model with specs rivaling those of any high-end Android phone. Perhaps Samsung will be taking advantage of the GDR3 update to come with an high-end Windows Phone model of its own.

Samsung has imported 27 units of the phone into India and has listed the value of each unit as roughly 33,000 Indian Rupees ($536 USD).


source: Zauba, BlogofMobile (translated) via UnwiredView

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