Samsung has another new phone in the works, and the rumor that it's a Windows Phone handset has just been corroborated by one more source.
But the serial tipster with the Twitter account @evleaks has also added some new details, including the claim that the Samsung Windows Phone is for US carrier Verizon.
On top of that, it's even got a codename now: "Huron." So we can stop referring to it as the Samsung SM-W750V.
Finally - and this may be the most tantalizing tidbit - the Samsung "Huron" apparently "looks very similar to a late model Galaxy S."
Smile, Huron candid camera
From what's known so far it seems the Samsung Huron will be a high-end 5-inch 1080p running Microsoft's mobile OS.
Strangely, "Huron" was also the name of an old Intel processor, though that may be nothing more than a coincidence.
The Samsung SM-W750V first popped up in December, when the device's model number appeared on an India website's shipping manifesto.
But it's not like these are wholly unexplored waters for Samsung - its last Windows Phone handset was the Ativ S Neo, after all.
Conversely, Nokia was rumored recently to be working on an Android phone alternately called the Nokia X and Normandy. It's truly a crazy world.
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