After the great success of AT&T’s windows phone the Samsung Focus, they have decided to launch the Samsung Focus S and the Samsung Flash. These latest smartphones are based on Windows 7.5 Mango. Though these smartphnoes are created keeping budget in mind, still there is a great chance of success. Windows operating system was firstly announced by Nokia on its handset, the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710.
The Samsung Focus S is actually the sequel to AT&T’s Samsung Focus. Samsung Focus was the most selling Windows Phone in the united states.The Phone will feature a 4.3-inch with Super Amoled Plus screen display. The phone thus will be slim as its most thinnest point is just about 0.33 inch. The slim factor will also attract people. The phone will run on AT&T’s 4G network and is powered by a 1.4 GHz processor.
Similarly designed with the budget in mind, the Samsung Focus Flash is the Samsung’s other AT&T Windows Phone. It also is powered by a processor of 1.4-GHz, and features Super AMOLED screen of 3.7-inch, along with a rear camera of 5-megapixel. The front-facing camera’s pixel is still unspecified.
Microsoft had officially launched the windows latest phone’s perating system Mango in late September with a very slow distribution. A fact that came under this perating system is that it doesn’t support Flash.
AT&T’s these Windows 7.5 Mango-based smartphones are going to hit stores on November 6 at the cost of $199.99 and $49.99 for Samsung Focus S and Focus Flash respectively.