Samsung is rumored to be working on a Windows Phone handset with a model number SM-750V, codenamed Huron, which is destined to reach Verizon in the coming months. To clear the doubts about its existence, the alleged Samsung SM-750V hits the FCC with support for Verizon LTE bands.
Unfortunately, the listing on the FCC doesn't offer any other exciting details about what we can expect in terms of hardware, although we've seen the handset getting leaked a few times in the past. The device was confirmed by the well-known Twitter leaker @evleaks, and it also appeared on a benchmarking website, GFXbench. The notorious Twitter leaker even posted an image of the alleged Samsung Huron, which looks strikingly similar to the Galaxy S4, with the presence of a Windows icon on the home button as the major differentiator.
Coming over to what we can expect from the handset, it should come with Windows Phone 8.1 pre-installed out of the box. Other rumored specifications include a 720p resolution display and a quad-core Snapdragon processor, based on the listing on GFXBench. However, we do expect Samsung Huron will come with impressive specifications with a better display, probably 1080p, and a more powerful processor and GPU, not the Adreno 305.
There's no official word from Samsung or Microsoft about the existence of this handset, so a little bit of speculation is required. We'll update you as soon as more information pops up about the alleged Samsung SM-750V.