One of the mobile phones that Verizon Wireless will bring to the market before the end of this year is the Samsung ATIV Odyssey, which has been already announced, but hasn’t been detailed as of now.
The smartphone should land at Verizon sometime in December, but it seems that the FCC has already approved it.
The listing at the feds shows the mobile phone with model number SCH-i930 next to it and with support for CDMA and LTE frequencies.
With the CDMA version of Omnia II featuring model number SCH-i920, it would make sense for the new device to be the Windows Phone 8-powered smartphone, Engadget notes.
Those who would like to learn more on the SCH-i930’ FCC filing should head over to this web page on the Commission’s website.