One might forgive an average joe for equating Samsung exclusively with Android smartphone. The Korean company makes some of the most popular Android devices on the market, while on the one hand its arsenal is full of Android powered smartphones, Samsung hasn’t made many Windows Phone 8 powered devices. It launched a WP8 flagship back in late 2012, the Ativ S, and since then has only released two other similar devices, the Ativ Odyssey and the Ativ Neo S. If latest rumors are to be believed, the company might launch a Windows Phone 8 flagship smartphone in 2014.
It reportedly touts the model number SM-W750V, there aren’t too many details available about the expectation specifications of this device, however it is believed to have a 5 inch display. Seeing as how Windows Phone 8 GDR3 update brought support for quadcore processors and full 1080p HD displays, one can expect both of them to be included in the company’s Windows Phone 8 flagship smartphone. Given the fact that the Ativ S was essentially a WP variant of the Galaxy S3, it can be argued that perhaps the SM-W750V might be a Windows Phone 8 variant of the upcoming Galaxy S5. The Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone is expected to have a metal body, a 64-bit Exynos Processor, a 20 megapixel camera with optical image stabilization and an eye scanner.