October 11, 2010 by USA Post
Samsung Focus, Look closely Phone Windows 7 and I had hands on time with Samsung’s new Focus. This new handset WP7 heads to AT & T and packaging will be a 1GHz processor, 8GB of internal memory, a 5MP camera with flash and of course, Samsung Super bright 4-inch AMOLED screen.
In the hand, the Focus feels incredibly light and thin. In fact, Microsoft boasted about the Focus as Samsung’s thinnest smartphone on the market at just 9.9mm thick. After handling the other Windows 7 Phone devices, which is really stuck with the Focus is its screen. If you had the chance to play with Samsung smartphones Galaxy S Series, you’ll know exactly what I mean. The colors are rich, vibrant and contrast is profound, it is even more dramatic by the fact that Microsoft has chosen colors for WP7.
Although the focus seems to be very smooth and slender, she has a plasticky feel like Vibrant T-Mobile, and it does stain very easily in the front and back. One thing I liked about this device is a soft-touch rear to prevent the smudging, but it’s more a matter of personal preference.
However, the Focus felt good in the hand and the screen was extremely sensitive – good news for you impatient types, and that’s about what you can expect when you take this thing home in the store. After all, Microsoft has told us that this is the final software will be available at these bad boys on the market.
Be as thin as it is, you having absolutely no problem with tight jeans or anything else. But do not be fooled by the thinness you: Samsung makes some pretty decent hardware and the development is probably my favorite of the AT & T job (the other being the Quantum LG and HTC Surround).
Focus Samsung will be available November 8th at AT & T for $ 199.99 with a two-year contract. If you’re reading this from the far north, be sure to check the version information by Rogers.
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