Samsung's cooking up a Windows Phone 8 mobile that will be launching in the second half of this year, according to rumours swirling around the Internet.
Samsung's first Windows Phone effort was the, a capable gadget that won four stars when we reviewed it in October of 2010. It won our hearts with a decent screen and slick design -- the same things we loved in the S2. Then we had the Omnia W, which you can see peeking out the corner of the image above.
Nokia is currently king when it comes to Windows Phone, spawning beauties like the Lumia 800 and . Currently if you're looking to give Microsoft's slick operating system a go, I'd recommend opting for one of those phones.
But there's no reason that Samsung couldn't get competitive in the world of Microsoft mobiles. Whichever manufacturer claims dominance, more phones will hopefully mean more customers, which should equate to more apps, making Windows Phone a tempting prospect when considered alongside juggernauts like Android.and