In case you liked the Windows Phone 7.5 running duo of Samsung Focus S and Focus Flash from last week's live shots, we have some good news for you. AT&T announced the upcoming availability and pricing of the two smartphones on its Facebook page today.
As you can see above, the two devices will hit the shelves on November 6. The better equipped Focus S will set you back $199.99, while the entry-level Focus Flash will cost $49.99. Both prices will require a two-year commitment with AT&T.
While the price of the Focus S is hardly a surprise, the Samsung Focus Flash looks like a serious bargain for the fifty bucks you will spend on it. It may not have a Super AMOLED screen or an 8MP camera on board, but the rest of its specs are very much in line with what its bigger brother has to offer.
I know this is old, but anyone reading here take note that the Samsung Flash DOES have a Super AMOLED screen. The one posting this did not have his facts straight.
Thank you Samsung for such an excellent device the focus s, will be definitely getting it. I like all the criticism about the OS's limitations as I see you are bored with your current OS so you want Microsoft to meet your need with wp7 or you would n...
wp7 does not need dual core...hd7 with mango runs with not a single flaw....extremely responsive. not even funny