Verizon Samsung Huron Windows Phone visits the FCC

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The upcoming Verizon Samsung Huron has been popping up in reports recently with the first mention of the device dropping at the beginning of December 2013, with a mention of its model number: SM-W750V. The codename “Huron” was tipped at the beginning of the month, and since, we’ve seen the alleged press render of the device showing off a very Galaxy S 4-like outline.

Now this very SM-W750V, the Verizon Samsung Huron, has visited the FCC, just in case there was a need for further confirmation of the phone’s existence. The bands support the theories and rumors that it will be indeed a CDMA Verizon phone with LTE capabilities on the carrier, as well as GSM and HSPA for worldwide roaming. There are no other details within the FCC filings regarding specs and availability, but the phone could very well show up at MWC (even if it’s a US carrier phone — or maybe it will have a global variant too?).

Verizon Samsung Huron

Source: FCC
Via: Engadget

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