AT&T has just announced its new lineup of WP7 smartphones and unveiled a couple of new Samsung-made smartphones in the process. The Samsung Focus S and Focus Flash are both Mango-running devices that come with the sweetly deep blacks of SuperAMOLED tech.
The Samsung Focus S is the more impressive offering with its 4.3" Super AMOLED Plus placed on top of a super slim 8.65mm body. You'd also be getting an 8 megapixel main camera and a 1.3 megapixel front-facing snapper with this one. The CPU under the Samsung Focus S bonnet ticks at 1.4GHz (no dual-core apparently), while its built-in radios allow for 4G speeds (though we suspect HSPA+ is what they meant).
The other new offering is Samsung Focus Flash, which offers a 3.7" Super AMOLED of the non-plus variety and a 5 megapixel camera. AT&T doesn't say anything about a front-facing camera, but we assume those are considered standard by now. Again, there's a 1.4 GHz CPU inside.
Strangely enough, though, AT&T, failed to provide images of the newly announced devices. We'll be updating this article when their PR department gets round to uploading them on their website.
The third new addition to the AT&T Windows Phone 7 lineup is the HTC Titan, which was announced at the start of the month. The 4.7"-screen'd smartphone will be packing a 1.5 GHz CPU, but won't be getting a screen technology as impressive as that of the Samsung smartphones.
The final bit of good news brought to us by the press release is the upcoming Mango update for all of the current WP7 smartphones that AT&T offers. Carriers are known for being responsible for the delay of updates, but AT&T promises that won't be the case with HTC HD7S, HTC Surround, LG Quantum and Samsung Focus.
I have a windows phone it is the Samsung focus. The apps are not that great there is only about 35,000 apps compared to the andriods 250,000 and apples 550,000. If you are looking to get this phone for fun/games it isn't the best sure it has Xbox liv...
i really want to try this Samsung machine. Android system is not stable enough now. So maybe Windows phone's are. is there anyone that knows about windows applications. are they free of charge or not?
Damn I should have wait, thhe Samsung Focus S looks amazing.But anyways I love my windows phone device right now so smooth and beautiful