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July 30, 2012 at 12:46 PM

Samsung’s plans for Windows Phone 8

It appears Samsung is planning at least two Windows 8 devices, at least according to documents in the Apple vs. Samsung trial, as reported by The Verge.

Samsung apparently is planning models called Odyssey and Marco, both running on Qualcomm dual-core chipsets, and both LTE-capable, according to The Verge.

Samsung previously has partnered with Microsoft on Windows Phone 7, manufacturing well-regarded handsets such as the Focus, Focus Flash and Omnia M.

This follows rumors about upcoming Nokia Windows 8 devices, which some are speculating will be announced at Nokia World in September.

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