Samsung might have quite the Android-powered hit on their hands with the Samsung Galaxy S3 (and its predecessor, the Galaxy S2, of course), but that does not mean the company is about to put all of their eggs in a single basket. No sir, Samsung does seem to place some of their bets on Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 platform with a couple of handsets running that operating system being leaked out. One of the two does seem to point towards a high end device, while the other is an entry level smartphone which targets those who want to jump into Windows Phone 8 for the first time.
Do take note of the continued use of the current Windows Phone 7.5 screen resolution that is on a third generation Windows Phone device, which might seem to be a step backwards by some considering one would have to fork out 450 Euros for it. Chances are the Samsung GT-I8750 will resemble the Samsung Galaxy S3, but will that influence your purchase decision?
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