AT&T's Samsung Focus S is one of the premier Windows phones available in the U.S., or anywhere.
AT&T is carving out a niche for itself as a friend to Windows Phone.
In the last month, it's released the mammoth, terrific HTC Titan, the low-cost-but-high-value Samsung Focus Flash, and the sleek, premium Samsung Focus S--in my opinion the most appealing all-around Windows Phone to date.
There's good reason this Windows Phone 7.5 handset scores high marks. It's got nice internal specs, high-performing dual cameras (1.3-megapixel and 8-megapixel, respectively), and Samsung's brilliant 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen. The specs aren't surprising. After all, the Focus S is essentially the Windows Phone version of AT&T's highly-rated Samsung Galaxy S II, minus the little green Android.
It may be neck-and-neck with the Titan on most features, but unless you're thirsting for a huge 4.7-inch display, the Focus S' size is more universally appealing. Watch the video, peruse the photo test gallery, and read all the pros an... [Read more]
Samsung outshines Apple in smartphone shipments, market share
Samsung Focus S, Focus Flash: Good sequels but is that enough?
Dialed In #198: Too many Verizon superphones!
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus now available at Amazon
Will the real Android flagship phone please stand up? (Ask Maggie)
Samsung Focus S review: Best Windows Phone yet?
Wed, 30 Nov 2011 22:42:11 GMT