Samsung to build a flagship Windows Phone in 2014?

Friday, 6 December 2013 - 11:28am IST Updated: Friday, 6 December 2013 - 11:32am IST | Place: Mumbai
The new phone appears to run on quad core processors and has a 5-inch display.

After Nokia, Samsung seems to have put its faith in Windows operating system. There is word that a new Windows Phone flagship could roll out from Samsung next year.

The South Korean company recently shipped a Windows 8 phone, model number SM-W750V, to India for testing and development.

The Samsung phone showed up on an Indian shipping company called Zuaba.

The new phone appears to run on quad core processors and has a 5-inch display.

The devices build price is listed at Rs31,967 and Rs33,245 which means that the phone is going to be in the premium flagship range.

Samsung is third after HTC and Nokia in the Windows phone market share. Samsung has built smartphones with the Windows Phone operating system before. But will this move to create a premium flagship Window Phone device help Samsung in its already globally acclaimed  position in the market?


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