Samsung SM-W750V hits the FCC with Verizon’s flavor of LTE connectivity

Samsung SM-W750V hits the FCC with Verizon's flavor of LTE connectivity

Verizon Wireless has cleared another hurdle in its process of launching the Samsung SM-W750V aka Huron. The Windows Phone device has been caught at the FCC and from its listing we see that it has an LTE radio which is ready to along the Big Red’s 4G network (bands 4 and 13).

The mentioned listing, unfortunately, doesn’t tell us much more than that. We do, however, know that Huron will have a Galaxy S4-like look & feel, all with a 5-inch full HD screen, 13-megapixel camera on the back, 2GB of RAM and a fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core chip.

All said, we can’t wait to see this bad boy officially launching as it will be one of the best smartphones running Microsoft’s mobile platform ever.

Another great upcoming Windows Phone device is the Nokia Lumia 929 Icon, which will bring all of the goodies from the Lumia 1320 in a more pocketable form factor.

[Via: PhoneArena]

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