Samsung is getting ready to announce SM-W750V running on Windows Phone in 2014
Samsung might release Windows Phone-based SM-W750V smartphone
The sources of gossip and leaks in the tech world are of all kinds, including internal documents, pictures, employees etc. Among the most reliable sources are the websites for logistics and the supply chains for the manufactures. Zauba is an important site for logistics that collects the data for exports and imports from and in India. It often includes information about devices by Samsung (and other manufacturers) that are sent in India for testing and evaluation by developers. Thanks to Zauba appeared the leak with the new device from the Samsung Galaxy Note line named SM-W750V. It is expected to feature a display with either 5.5 or 5.7-inches diagonal. The newest leak from the site reveals the very interesting possibility for the upcoming new smartphone by Samsung that will run on Windows Phone 8. The handset has the codename SM-W750V. According to the sources it will sport a 5-inches display. There are 27 units of the model imported in India. The price of one of them is calculated at 33000 Indian Rupees, equal to $536.
This is not the first time that the device appears in rumors. Recently published report coming from Japan also confirms that Samsung is planning to launch a new model smartphone working on Windows Phone 8 OS. There are speculations that the new device will arrive in the carrier Verizon. The letter “V” in SM-W750V evokes those rumors. In terms of specs the new phone will compete against the advanced Android-running phones. It will not be a big surprise of the SM-W750V arrives with the new GDR3 pre-installed.
Nokia and Microsoft’s platform are a match made in heaven. However there are many users that are looking for alternatives to the Lumia devices that run on Windows Phone. Samsung has already introduced the Samsung Ativ S, but the phone could not win the audience. It is good to know that there will be more options for the smartphones running on the Microsoft’s platform.