Samsung may be the star Android powered handset maker globally, but the company did not managed to give a touch flight to Nokia. In fact, Samsung hasn't been able to come close even Taiwan's HTC in the Windows phone market.
To better compete with the likes of Nokia, the South Korean giant seems to make a big step with its forthcoming Windows Phone 8 powered handsets. It appears that Samsung is expected to come up with a 5-inch Full HD WP8 handset shortly. Yes, you heard it right.
If latest rumors are to be believed, then yes, Samsung might be planning a flagship WP8 handset against the upcoming Nokia Lumia ICON. Codenamed, 'SM-W750V', this announced phone could be Samsung's WP8 handset. We had been hearing that Samsung would come up with a WP8 handset sometime in early 2014. Last month, the same very phone model was spotted at Indian trackin website - Zauba.
Nothing much has come in the press in respect to Samsung's interest in making Windows phone. Although the company has already started promoting its next flagship device, the Galaxy S5 via planned PR activities. However, the South Korean giant has so far remained tight lipped around bringing WP8 handset in the market.
Reportedly, the folks over at WP Central have started speculating that Samsung SM-W750V could be a 5-inch 1080p Windows high-end handset. Also, the purported device has been listed at Bluetooth SIG; thus, clearly, there are full chances to see the handset in action, at least, in selected markets like US.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more action!