Verizon’s mysterious Samsung Ativ Odyssey – which will be its third Windows Phone 8 handset – has been finally pictured.
Although we assumed the Odyssey is a slightly different version of the Samsung Ativ S, this might not be the case. The Verizon-bound WP8 handset looks quite different from the Ativ S, it’s definitely thicker, and seems to have a smaller display.
As you can see in the image above (unveiled by EVleaks), the Ativ Odyssey features a rear camera with flash, MicroSD card support, and LTE connectivity. The rest of its specs remain unknown for now. In any case, the handset should be launched sometime in December. Before that, if you want a Windows Phone 8 device from the largest US mobile carrier, you’ll be able to buy the HTC 8X or the Nokia Lumia 822 starting later this month.
Android Central discovered that Verizon’s Droid Does website has confirmed the Droid DNA name. The new smartphone should be officially announced tomorrow, November 13, when we’ll hopefully find out when and for how much it’s going to be released.
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