T-Mobile Samsung Windows Phone 8 device outed?

In July, rumors hit the Internet that Samsung was working on two separate smartphones that would run on Windows Phone 8. One of them was named the Samsung Odyssey. Now a fan site for T-Mobile claims that the Odyssey has been spotted and that it could be running on T-Mobile's upcoming LTE network.

The site TmoNews.com reports that they have found evidence that someone is testing a Samsung Odyssey and that it will support T-Mobile's upcoming faster LTE network. While the article isn't clear on this, it appears their evidence comes from their own website data, showing somebody surfing over to their site using the Samsung Odyssey.

The smartphone was previously rumored to have a large 4.65 screen with a Super AMOLED HD display that supports a 720x1080 resolution. It's also supposed to have a dual core Qualcomm made processor, 1 GB of memory, a 1080p rear camera and a 720p front facing camera.

Along with AT&T, T-Mobile has been one of the two wireless carriers in the US that launched Windows Phone 7.5 devices in 2011, including the Nokia Lumia 710. Verizon and Sprint will join AT&T and T-Mobile in launching Windows Phone 8 device sometime later this fall.

Source: TmoNews.com | Image via TmoNews.com

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Shut up and take my money Samsung! I'm out of contract and can't wait for Optus (local Australian carrier) to get their first line up of WP8 devices! As soon as one drops from Samsung, I'm in.

sanke1 said,
Resolution should be 720x1280.

You know I was pretty worried about the Nokia Lumia 900 having such a low resolution, on paper at least. But as it turns out I hardly notice it on a day-to-day basis. Sure my new iPad might look a bit nicer, especially when it comes to smaller fonts. I truly expected a day and night difference.

.Neo said,

You know I was pretty worried about the Nokia Lumia 900 having such a low resolution, on paper at least. But as it turns out I hardly notice it on a day-to-day basis. Sure my new iPad might look a bit nicer, especially when it comes to smaller fonts. I truly expected a day and night difference.

I agree, you will hardly notice the difference unless you watch movies all the time. I never understood the obsession about resolution and multi-core processor. additionally both high res and multi core affect the battery too much as result you should have higher capacity battery(heavier phone) or smaller screen size to have the same battery life. so It's really a trade off

.Neo said,
You know I was pretty worried about the Nokia Lumia 900 having such a low resolution, on paper at least.
I believe that he was commenting on the article, which mentions 720x1080 rather even though the screenshot shows it as 720x1280.

But, I also tend to agree. I have yet to notice a "poor" resolution on my Lumia 900.

I cant wait till W8 phones start surfacing and we get more info on them. I havent been this excited about getting a new phone in ages!! I never saw the point in getting an expensive phone(hence why I still have a brick) but i really wannt a w8 phone....... Wonder what options will be available this time I want the nokia phi