Details on the phone are light, but we can see that the device is running Windows Phone 8.1 with virtual navigation buttons.
Moreover, from the image, what we can figure out is that, it has the front camera and support 4G LTE connectivity.
From the design, it doesn't looks like a flagship model, while the addition of the new Windows Phone to the market will surely appease Microsoft that has been trying to sway OEMs into building devices running its mobile OS instead of Android.
On the other hand, the South Korean company has launched the variant of Spirit smartphone, which got unveiled before MWC.
This device is packed with 4.7-inch HD display, powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor,1GB RAM, 8GB of internal storage, 8MP rear camera, 1MP front-facing camera, 2100mAh battery.