AT&T and Samsung somehow managed to announce a phone without actually showing it. Yep, the Samsung Focus S was made official without a single photo of it - good thing that someone managed to snap a photo of it in the wild.
The Samsung Focus S is the Windows Phone 7.5 cousin of the Galaxy S II and shares a lot of the same top-notch specs - 4.3" SuperAMOLED Plus screen, 8.5mm body, 8MP camera (but just 720p video, no FullHD) and a 1.4GHz single-core CPU.
It turns out we've seen it before - that's the exact device that Microsoft's Corporate Vice President used to demonstrate the new crop of WP7 phones. Except this one has AT&T branding.
Speaking of which, AT&T also announced the Focus Flash - looking at its specs, we'd say that's the new Omnia W. So, now the question is when Samsung will show the world-wide version of the Focus S.
picture detail and picture size my freind. my friend if you view a 720p video on a 1080p HD TV in its original state it wont fill up the screen and there will be a huge black borders around it. if you blow it up the picture will become blurry and ...
If you can humanly tell me the difference between a 720p and a 1080p video I will give you a sweetie.
There is aHUGR difference between 720 p and 1080 p HD video recording! That's why i waited forbhe Galaxy S 2! Its for future proofing atleast for the next 2 or 3 years. i am am so so content with my 30 fps GS 2.