This latest information details that the Odyssey will be priced between £400 and £500, and will have the model number GT-I8750. According to the source the device will feature a 4.8-inch display along with an 8 megapixel camera and a dual-core Krait chipset. Two levels of storage will be available – 16GB and 32GB.
The Marco will be aimed at the midrange sector of the market with a price tag of somewhere between £275 and £350. Its model number is expected to be GT-I8730, further highlighting the device’s positioning below the Odyssey. A 4-inch display is expected, complete with the same dual-core processor as seen in the flagship device.
The Korean manufacturer has as yet remained tight-lipped on the speculation, however, should the devices come to fruition then Nokia may have a real fight on its hands to remain the major Windows Phone player.