According to our earlier report, Samsung is apparently getting ready to launch a new Windows Phone handset with the model number SM-W750V. The handset is also said to be making its way onto Verizon’s network. If there’s one con of Samsung’s Windows Phone devices is that they tend not to look particularly exciting, at least compared to Nokia’s offerings where they are offered in bright and bold colors and feature interesting designs, which is why the description of the SM-W750V was interesting as it was claimed that it would resemble one of Samsung’s Galaxy S Android devices.
Well thanks to a recent post by @evleaks (who was also the original poster of the initial rumor), a photo of the SM-W750V has made its way online. Upon first glance the handset really looks like one of Samsung’s Galaxy S handsets, sort of an in-between the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy S4. If it wasn’t for the Windows logo on the home button, we would have mistaken it for an unannounced Samsung Android device. Of course there’s no telling if this rendering is the real deal, but @evleaks has been pretty consistent so we wouldn’t be surprised if this turned out to be true. Not much is known about the Samsung Windows Phone handset at the moment, apart from its design, but hopefully we will learn more about the handset in the near future.