Announced by Verizon as part of its Windows Phone 8 line-up (alongside the HTC 8X and Nokia Lumia 822), the Samsung Ativ Odyssey is still a mysterious device, as images of it haven’t been unveiled. However, the Odyssey is, most likely, a slightly different version of the Samsung Ativ S.
The Odyssey should be launched by Verizon in December. Until then, the handset has been seemingly approved by the FCC, as the Samsung SCH-i930.
The i930 features Verizon-friendly CDMA and LTE connectivity. And since Verizon’s previous Windows Phone manufactured by Samsung was the SCH-i920 Omnia II, it’s probably safe to assume the i930 is the Odyssey.
There’s no word on how much Verizon will ask for the Samsung Ativ Odyssey. But $199.99 on contract should be a good guess.
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