The famous Korean tech giant and gadget manufacturer, Samsung Inc might be soon joining the arena of Windows Phone 8 powered smart phone league, if a brand new leaked info is to be believed.
The Samsung Inc.'s SM-W750V device has been recently spotted in a Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) listing, and they have also got a UA profile, which is currently accessible at the company's mobile official site.
The rumored listing was first spotted by the tech. blog, PhoneArena, which has noted that some of the features of the device leaked via the Bluetooth SIG and the UA profile of the alleged SM-W750V device.
According to the leaked details of the device, the hyped Samsung Windows Phone 8 device is meant to come with a stunning full-HD (1080x1920 pixels) display, and it will also support the LTE networks. It is notable that the UA profile reveals the alleged Samsung smart phone device includes the Internet Explorer browser, which clearly hints that the rumoured SM-W750V device might be running on the famous Windows Phone platform.
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The PhoneArena blog also speculates that the alleged Samsung SM-W750V Windows Phone 8-based smart phone device might be headed to the North American market.