Samsung SM W750V spotted with Windows Phone 8 Operating System
It seems Sony isn’t the only mobile vendor willing to show some love to the underrated Windows Phone 8 OS as new reports suggest that the South Korea giant, Samsung is in the final stages of developing a new smartphone called Samsung SM W750V which will effectively function with Microsoft’s Mobile Operating System.
Details about Samsung’s Windows Phone are still on unclear, but rumors suggest the phone will have 1080p full HD display backed by LTE support. It would be released some time in 2014.
You would recall that Microsoft acquired Nokia for the singular reason of ensuring that it’s mobile OS isn’t swept under the carpet, as there were indications that Nokia had completed development of a new range of smartphones that would be powered by the popular Android Operating System. All those projects will never see the light of the day as Nokia and all its patent rights, including a work force of over 30,000 workers now belong to Microsoft.
Will more mobile vendors now seeing reasons to develop separate devices running on Windows Phone 8, it wouldn’t take long before the OS starts to compete for market-share against Android and iOS. Microsoft is currently gearing up for the release of Windows Phone 9 Operating System which promises to be much better OS with an entirely new User Interface.
Thanks Samsung (UAProf)