Following the example of Samsung's first WP8 smartphone ATIV S, the Odyssey comes with support for MicroSD cards, expanding the 8GB storage that is built in to the handset.
We're expecting to see Samsung's standard suite of additional applications appear on the Odyssey, including ChatON, Photo Editor, and the Mini Diary. But we're also going to be interested to see what Verizon add to the application suite as well... and if users will be able to remove those applications from the device.
There is no pricing information yet, but availability is expected in 'a few weeks'. You can find more details on Verizon's website.