Samsung’s SGH-I187 Windows Phone for AT&T is codenamed Cronus
Even though Nokia is the manufacturer to go to when it comes to Windows Phones, Samsung isn’t letting down on releasing a device or two running Microsoft’s OS. We’ve been hearing about the SGH-I187 time and time again, which will be launched on AT&T, and now relentless leakster evleaks has tweeted that the device is codenamed “Cronus.”
Unfortunately, details on its specs and design continue to elude us. All we know is that it will have a 720p display and will be powered by the Snapdragon 400 chipset, though if we play a guessing game, we can expect 1GB RAM, perhaps 8GB of storage and a microSD slot, and the usual slew of connectivity features, though NFC will likely not be included. Of course, it will run Windows Phone 8, but it remains to be seen if it runs on GDR2, or perhaps GDR3, the current and upcoming versions of the OS, respectively.
Samsung SGH-I187, Windows Phone for AT&T, is the Cronus.
— @evleaks (@evleaks) September 19, 2013
Are any of you interested in a Windows Phone by Samsung?