Samsung is currently locked in a court battle with Apple (yes, another one) over in the States, and documents from the trial have revealed two upcoming devices which run Microsoft’s mobile OS.
According to the Verge, the Odyssey will boast a 4.65 inch display of the Super AMOLED variety with an HD resolution. It will also have an 8 megapixel camera, along with NFC support.
The Marco is a lower end device with a 4 inch S-AMOLED display which has a WVGA resolution. It will have a 5 megapixel camera, and both devices will support LTE connections over in the States.
The launch date will obviously be when Windows Phone 8 arrives, which is expected in the final quarter of this year.
Windows Phone 8 is the big push for Microsoft, really, given that the OS hasn’t performed meaningfully yet, and it has been out a long time now. Nokia will also have plenty of hardware running WP8, but it’ll be interesting to see who else takes the plunge in a major way.
In other Samsung news, the Galaxy Beam is now on sale in the UK. The name refers to the built-in projector the device carries, which can be used to show videos or presentations at the drop of a hat on any nearby white wall or surface. The phone retails at around the £400 mark, sim-free.