Samsung has more mobile phones in production, however a new rumour suggests one of these could be the long-awaited Windows Phone handset.
Serial leaker @evleaks has taken to his Twitter account to shed some more light on the matter, including some details that Verizon could be taking on a Samsung Windows Phone.
The avid tweeter also leaked that it is internally known by the codename "Huron", which is a little easier to say than its current Samsung SM-W750V moniker. He also claims that the "Huron" smartphone "looks very similar to a late model Galaxy S".
The phone first appeared at the end of last year when it showed up on an Indian website. Subsequent rumours suggest that the Samsung Huron will be a five-inch device aimed at the top end of the market.
In the past, Samsung has focused its high-end devices on Google's Android operating system, while Nokia has always favoured Microsoft's Windows Phone software. With reports that Nokia could release a Android handset shortly, the two could be put directly in competition with each other.
Posted by Samantha Green