As we get closer to the official unveiling of Windows Phone 8.1 we’ll start to see more and more handsets with the updated OS leak. We’ve seen a few from Nokia and an offering from Samsung. We’ve recently seen Nokia’s upcoming Lumia 630/635 (aka “Moneypenny”). Now today, we’re looking at some images of the Samsung ATIV SE. An upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 handset slated for Verizon later this year.
The Samsung ATIV SE, previously known as the Samsung Huron/SM-W750V, was first seen as press render in early February. Now we’re getting a clearer look at the device. Some noticeable things that stand out? No camera button, a honeycomb like pattern on the front of the device, a metallic looking finish on the rear, a physical Start button and support for an extra column on the Start screen.
Not much else to say here. It looks like a typical Samsung phone and might be considered a little bland by some. While others prefer the understated look of Samsung and this phone is for them.
Specs. We’ve had a hard time nailing down the specs for this device, but this is what we know so far. We’re expecting a 1080p display, but the screen size is either at 4.3-inches or 5-inches. Though we’re leaning towards 5-inches now that we’ve seen the screenshot above. A recent visit to the FCC showed off cellular bands for Verizon here in the United States. That’s pretty obvious now with the gigantic Verizon logo on the front of the ATIV SE.
Is the ATIV SE with Windows Phone 8.1 something you’d interested in? Or are you holding out for other OEMs like Nokia? Sound off below.