Mention “Godiva”, and the first thing which comes into my mind would be those fine Belgian chocolates that are simply divine. Samsung, however, has a very different idea when it comes to the name “Godiva”, and the South Korean conglomerate has more or less decided to use it to name their upcoming handset. Basically, it is not as though the Samsung Godiva has been kept under wraps tightly all this while, since we have heard that it will be hitting Verizon in recent weeks, and leaks also point to benchmark performance figures and photos.
Well, the Samsung Godiva has made an appearance over at the FCC, where it showed up under the SCH-i425 model number, while sporting the standard CDMA and LTE bands, in addition to support for future AWS networks. There will of course be GSM roaming capability and NFC support thrown into the mix, making this quite a decent mid-range smartphone. Hopefully it will be priced right and released at a time when there are no other competing handsets if it were to do well in the market.
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