Earlier, Microsoft officially announced that Verizon Wireless network will offer a number of Windows Phone 8 devices including the Samsung ATIV Odyssey. Now there is a word coming in that the ATIV Odyssey has hit the FCC secretly.
A Samsung Device model number SCH-i930 has hit the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Considering the device code number is increasing 10 up from the SCH-i920 which is the CDMA edition of Verizon’s Samsung Omnia II. Hence presuming that the Samsung ATIV Odyssey and Samsung SCH-i930 are one, ATIV Odyssey might have passed the FCC.
Samsung ATIV Odyssey features a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD display, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor, 1 GBRAM, 8MP rear camera with 1080p HD video recording capability, 2MP snapper on front side, 16GB internal storage and microSD slot for memory expansion up to 32GB, 4G LTE, and NFC radio. The device was featured in the Windows Phone 8 launch event last month.
The device running Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system will be exclusive to Verizon Wireless network. Specs wise, it appears almost identical to the Samsung ATIV S Windows phone, It will be available by December. But there are no words regarding its price as of now.