Two Samsung Windows 8 Phones Expected To Be Launched This Year

Image representing Samsung Electronics as depi...As per a report by The Verge, mega smartphone developer, Samsung is likely to launch two new Windows Phone 8 devices this year. According to the report, Samsung has submitted two new devices, running on Windows Phone 8 operating system, as a part of a court document in  the Apple – Samsung trial of their patent disputes. The Verge has leaked a snapshot showing the brief description of two devices dubbed as “Odyssey” and “Marco”.

Both the devices are expected to be launched in the fourth quarter of this year after the launch of the most anticipated phone OS, Microsoft’s Windows 8 Phone 8.  In the leaked image the device model is not visible clearly but shows the key feature of the devices. Both smartphones are powered with Qualcomm’s dual-core 1.5GHz MSM8960 Chipset. The devices are said to be more identical other that the display screen, “Odyssey” features 4.65 ” HD Super AMOLED screen, which is bigger and better than the 4.0″ WVGA Super AMOLED screen of “Macro” .

As far as the  camera, Again “Odyssey” gets a bigger 8MP Rear camera, while “Macro” got only 5MP ; the front camera are  the same with a  2MP resolution.

In the leaked image, NFC is marked on the photo of “Odyssey” device, which indicates that “Odyssey” has got an ability to send the data through Near Field Communications. NFC is one among the exciting new Windows Phone 8 features; others include  “Wallet Hub” & “Tap to Send.”

Both the devices are LTE and HSPA+ supported .. More information on these phones are expected to launch very soon, this month.

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