Verizon's Windows Phone-based Samsung SM-W750V reportedly resembles a Galaxy S

Verizon's Windows Phone-based Samsung SM-W750V reportedly resembles a Galaxy S
We’ve been hearing about the Samsung SM-W750V a lot lately. This is supposed to be a brand new Windows Phone 8 handset with a 1080 x 1920 pixels display (possibly measuring 5 inches) and LTE connectivity.

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 previously reported, another 1080p Windows Phone 8 device that could be introduced by Verizon in the near future is the Nokia Lumia 929 Icon. Maybe the carrier will announce both new handset at the same time? We’ll see.

source: @evleaks

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