1@evleaks leaked some information about a possible new Samsung Windows Phone-SM-W750V. According to the source, the new product is brought by Verizon and it’s similar to a older Galaxy S model. @evleaks reports that yesterday the product arrived at FCC for testing with a Verizon LTe and a CDMA band. It is possible that the device will have GSM and HSPA bands for international frequencies as well.

The picture brought to light by the source shows a device similar to a Samsung Galaxy S4. As specs, is more than likely that Samsung will include the brand new hardware, Snapdragon 800 SoC. Probably other features will be the same with the S4, we’ll likely see a 13 MP camera, a 5-inch full HD screen or at least 2 GB RAM.

So, if the device is being tested and certified at FCC, it won’t pass more time until it will be unveiled to the public. A good opportunity for Samsung is to announce the new SN=W750V at Mobile World Congress at Barcelona. Even though the device has been confirmed to U.S carrier Verizon, we don’t have the information that it will be just for Verizon, or it will go international.

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We are expecting the grand opening of MWC and we will bring the latest news from there.

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