Samsung SM-W750V with LTE and 5″ FullHD display spotted
Microsoft’s alleged ‘payment’ to Samsung and Sony to ‘make Windows phones’ may have started taking effect immediately.
Samsung SM-W750V is a Windows Phone-powered smartphone with a 5-inch display and 1080 x 1920 pixels of resolution we might be seeing real soon. In addition to that, the device packs LTE and support for Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR enhancement.
The Samsung SM-W750 will be having a Microsoft Internet Explorer 10.1 as it’s default browser, thanks to information we got from Bluetooth and we also know the device will be making it’s debut in North America.
Microsoft is alleged to be paying Samsung Mobile a total of $1.2 billion if the Korean phone vendor can produce new Windows phones so this news should’t come as a surprise. Sony is also expected to be making their first Windows Phone smartphone this year as they are beneficiaries of Microsoft’s bounty reward.
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