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Verizon Samsung Huron Windows Phone passes through FCC filing

Samsung is really in preparations of a Windows Phone handset, codenamed Huron for the Stateside carrier Verizon Wireless, as this smartphone has been in the news section for a while now.

Today, we receive reports of this very likely Windows Phone passing through the Federal Communications Commission certification filing, where the phone is to feature bands from LTE and CDMA networks for Verizon on board alongside GSM and HSPA connectivity radios for worldwide roaming services. The phone appears to be model named as SM-W750V, which of course has to do some thing with the 'Big Red' United States network provider. We also read the chances to see a rumored five-inches display panel, if everything goes official at this month's Mobile World Congress event.

Source: FCC, Engadget