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Monday, 30 July 2012 09:29

Samsung’s first Windows Phone 8 devices leaked

Written by Peter Scott



Dual core Krait in tow


Samsung has inadvertently leaked two Windows Phone 8 devices in court documents submitted as part of its ongoing Apple trial. Well, one the ongoing Samsung vs Apple trials.

Codenamed Odyssey and Marco, the phones boast Windows Phone 8 and they are powered by Qualcomm’s MSM8960 SoC, clocked at 1.5GHz. According to the documents, both phones should launch in Q3, but it is worth noting that they could just be design concepts that will never find their way to market.

According to the document, revealed by The Verge, Odyssey will feature LTE, HSPA+ 21, 4.65-inch HD SuperAMOLED screen and an 8-megapixel camera. Marco also packs LTE, HSPA+ 21, but it has a 4-inch WVGA screen and a 5-megapix camera.

Pretty nice specs, especially if you consider hardware restrictions imposed on current generation Windows Phones. However, the court filing does not reveal how much storage Samsung will stick on its first Apollo phones, or if they will feature a microSD slot.

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