A new leak is suggesting that Samsung is set to make a return to the Windows Phone market with a brand new device, the ATIV SE. Based on the rumoued specifications, it looks set to join Nokia's most recent Lumia devices at the very highest end of the Windows Phone market, which could prove to be a major boost for Microsoft's hugely underrated mobile operating system.
Acording to the leak, the ATIV SE will feature a 5 inch, full HD display, Snapdragon 800 processor (exact clock speed unknown), 16GB of internal storage (with a microSD slot available for removable storage) and 2GB of RAM, making it a pretty impressive piece of kit all round. However, if photography is your thing, then it probably won't be able to stand up against the likes of the Lumia Icon and its 20MP camera, given its 13MP snapper - although that in itself is still quite impressive for a smartphone.
There's been no idication as to whether or not the device will be released outside the States, and all leaked imagery points at it being a Verizon exclusive, but until the handset is officially confirmed either way, it's probably still too early to say for sure.