Looks like the FCC spilled the beans on the Samsung Huron. The Verizon bound Windows Phone’s model number is SM-W750V, and it will carry Verizon’s LTE bands. This means that the phone will most likely be released soon.
The FCC report doesn’t detail much about the phone, save that it will have dual-band WiFi, Global 3G antennas, Bluetooth, and NFC.
Evleaks released some information regarding the aesthetics of the device: expect the Huron to look like a Galaxy S4. It’s safe to assume that a lot of the same hardware features on the S4 will make an appearance on the Huron as well: 2GB RAM, 13MP primary camera, Quad-Core CPU, and a 5” 1080×1920 display.
The Huron will certainly be filling a niche in Verizon’s Windows Phone roster. Big Red has WP handsets, but nothing that can really be considered high-end, or anywhere near the level that the Huron is promising.
The only phone on Verizon’s network that can contend with the Huron in specs will be the upcoming Nokia ICON 929; with its 20MP Pureview camera and 5-inch 1080p display, Windows Phone loving Verizon customers will have some pretty interesting choices lined up in the near future.