New Windows Phone 8 devices appear in server log, including one from Samsung

New Windows Phone 8 devices appear in server log, including one from Samsung
There has been a fair amount of chatter recently about Samsung and its support or lack of support for Windows Phone, but if we're to believe the server log from a popular wallpaper app, Samsung may be getting ready to release a new Windows Phone 8 device. The log also includes a few other interesting devices.

The log comes from Chinese app Love Wallpaper HD, and shows one device from Huawei (H889L), one from Samsung (SCH-I930), and two from Nokia (RM-860_nam_usa_100 & RM-877_nam_att_205). Since Huawei doesn't have too many devices in the pipeline, it's assumed that the device shown here is the Ascend W2. It's unclear what any of these model numbers might actually point to though.

The closest model number in Samsung's book is the GT-i19300, which is the Galaxy S III. The model numbers in Samsung's WP lineup don't help at all with the Ativ S codenamed GT-I8705, and Aive Odyssey is SGH-T900M. Then obviously the Nokia devices are destined for the US, but there's no way to tell what they might be. Perhaps one is the Lumia 928, and one is the rumored Catwalk, but we can't say for sure. 

source: WPDang via WPCentral


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