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Verizon Samsung Huron or ATIV SE shows in a new Press render

It's another article, again with the tags of leaks and Verizon Wireless. The phone you see above is likely to be the South Korean's upcoming Windows Phone for United State's carrier, Verizon, previously codenamed Huron internally.

This time too, courtesy of evleaks from Twitter, the upcoming device from Samsung gets a clean face lift in a Press render, wearing the exclusive Verizon's branding over the handset's chassis. As far it's design is concerned, the smartphone has got a physical home button of Samsung's kind with back and search button of either sides, giving you the traditional brushed metal finish on the back battery door. At the moment, the internal specifications, availability or the pricing of the device is disclosed, but going with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, five-inches screen of 1080p resolution display, two gigabytes of Random Access Memory (RAM), a 13 megapixels primary lens and running Windows Phone 8.1 OS will be a safe bet.

Source: evleaks (Twitter)