When it comes to smartphones, you can say that Android is the South Korean company’s bread and butter, but Samsung too, has a stake in the world of Windows Phone 8, although the choice of handsets from them that run on this mobile operating system is paltry in comparison to the Android collection. The Samsung ATIV S has been a decent release, even receiving its Windows Phone 8 GDR3 update just last month, leading us to wonder whether Samsung has any more plans to support the world of Windows Phone 8 or not in due time. Apparently so, as there is word that a new Windows Phone flagship could roll out from Samsung next year, where it comes in the form of the Samsung SM-W750V.
The Samsung SM-W750V happens to be a 5” smartphone which was listed by Zauba recently. Zauba happens to be the “home to India’s import and export data”, and other than the fact that it runs on the Windows Phone 8, we know very little else about the phone. Still, it shows off the possibility that Samsung has not quite forgotten about Windows Phone 8, but Nokia would most probably continue to be king in this growing mobile operating system segment. What do you think – should Samsung just quit the Windows Phone 8 game or keep the flame burning?
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