Samsung Windows Phone 8 ATIV SE is now finally up for pre-orders exclusively for Verizon subscribers. The ATIV SE has looks similar to Samsung’s last year Android flagship – The Galaxy S4 with few small modifications in rear panel design.

Earlier we reported that, A notorious leaker on Twitter @evleaks, who is famous for providing ground solid leaks on latest and upcoming phones, provided images for the upcoming Samsung Windows Phone 8. The design is very much like any other Android phone the company manufactures except it is having a Windows Phone 8 logo on the home button.

The smartphone ,which is very similar to the Samsung Galaxy S4, can be purchased with or without a contract. The contract pricing follows up a price tag of $199 where the device without an annual contract costs around $599. If a subscriber opt into the Edge service plan for $25.22 per month, he can upgrade his new smartphone within six months.

Verizon is even offering buy one ATIV SE and get another ATIV SE absolutely free or even you can select Galaxy S5 or HTC One M8 as your second free smartphone too.

Samsung ATIV SE Specs

Just like most of the devices out there, this phone is also coming with a 5-inch full HD display. The device houses a powerful quad core processor clocked at 2.5 GHz and along with 2GB of RAM it has a 2600mAh battery. Currently only available with a 16GB of internal storage, the ATIV SE memory can only be expanded up to 64 GB.

Verizon for this device is only providing a pre-book, but after 12th April it will be delivered it to its customers. While it has been packed with Windows Phone 8 running in it, Samsung ATIV SE is also expected to have the Windows Phone 8.1 in the coming few weeks.

Samsung is also breaking pre-book records for the latest flagship– Samsung Galaxy S5, running on Android Kitkat 4.4.2, the device is coming a lot of features. It has been packed with sensors to measure the heart beat or the temperature and pressure around. The phone is also coming with a fingerprint sensor, which was first introduced in the iPhone. The smartphone is already on sale in South East Asia.

You can place your pre-orders by using this link.

3 Responses

  1. pr0vider1

    Put it on at&t and I’ll buy it. Don’t like Verizon;; too expensive.

  2. Chad Walls

    Um the iPhone wasn’t the first to introduce finger sensor technology… Android was with the Atrix. Just saying…


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