Nokia builds the lion’s share of Windows Phone devices these days but, in the past, Samsung, HTC and a few other firms also released devices running Microsoft’s mobile operating system. The number of new phones hitting the market from those firms has dwindled down to almost zero, however. That may soon change, according to a file that was recently exposed on Samsung’s own website.
Spotted by Engadget, a user profile details a phone dubbed the SM-W750V. It apparently has a 5-inch display with a full 1080p resolution, which could make it the second Windows Phone devices behind the Lumia 1520 to sport such a sharp display. Other hints that this is indeed a Windows Phone include a nod to Internet Explorer as the default browser, and a note that it was developed by Samsung and the “Windows Mobile Lab.” Other specs, such as the processor, storage and camera, are still unknown.
Of course this all means nothing if the device never sees the light of day. We hope it does, and Mobile World Congress would be a great time for Samsung to show off its latest Windows Phone devices. If not, there’s always Microsoft’s BUILD conference in April.