The Samsung SCH-i930, which could very well be the Samsung ATIV Odyssey, was caught going through the hallowed hallways of the FCC. Assuming that the Samsung SCH-i930 and the ATIV Odyssey are one and the same device, then you can be sure that Verizon Wireless subscribers who want to enjoy the Windows Phone 8 experience later this December will be able to do so, considering the device’s code number is 10 up from the SCH-i920, where the SCH-i920 is actually the designation for the Samsung ATIV S.
Just to refresh our memories, the Odyssey will come with a 4.65” HD display and will be accompanied by an 8-megapixel shooter that is powered by a dual-core SnapDragon processor. Should this be the ATIV Odyssey, then it goes without saying that it is strategically placed for a decent launch, making it in time for the frenzied holiday shopping season. Other Windows Phone 8 offerings on Verizon would be the Nokia Lumia 822 and HTC 8X. Out of the three, which model would you choose to be your communications device of choice as 2013 approaches around the corner, and why?
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