Samsung ATIV SE, for Verizon, 2014. pic.twitter.com/xl0jr7Rzr0
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The Nokia Lumia Icon may be the Windows Phone that's getting all of the attention on Verizon right now, but it's not the only new Live Tile-equipped handset that Verizon is making room for on its shelves.
After first popping up on our radar in early February, the Samsung ATIV SE has been fully revealed today in a new press render. Both the front and back of the phone are shown, and just like the previous leaks have indicated, the ATIV SE is a Windows Phone device with Galaxy S 4 styling. The unit features rounded corners, a physical Start button, capacitive back and search keys and a squarish rear camera with an LED flash resting beneath it.
The spec details of the Samsung ATIV SE are still fairly light, but we do know that the device features Verizon 4G LTE connectivity as well as GSM/HSPA for global roaming. A 1080p display is likely in the cards, and because the ATIV SE follows the design of the Galaxy S 4 so closely, it wouldn't be a shock to see it arrive with an S 4-like 5-inch screen as well. We'll just have to wait until Samsung and Verizon make the phone formerly known as "Huron" official to learn its full spec sheet, but the good news for Verizon folk is that after nearly a year without a new Windows Phone device, they'll soon have two new models to choose from.