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Video Review: Samsung Focus

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November 10th, 2010


The Samsung Focus for AT&T is an amazing new Windows phone featuring Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows Phone OS 7. This revolutionary new smartphone seamlessly brings entertainment, work, and family together all in one place with Live Tiles. Live tiles are customizable and constantly updated. They show status updates, pending messages, appointments, news and weather- all refreshed wirelessly via the web.

The Samsung Focus brings breakthrough entertainment for your life in motion. Enjoy the state-of-the-art 4.0″ Super AMOLED display, a sleek design, and exciting entertainment- from Xbox Live to Zune music and videos.

Key Highlights of the Samsung Focus:

  • New Operating System- Windows Phone OS 7
  • Vibrant and Clear 4.0″ Super AMOLED Display
  • Live Tiles On The Start Screen Dynamically Update So There Is No Need To Open An App
  • Live Tiles Are Completely Customizable and Constantly Updated
  • Lightning Fast 1GHz Processor Means Less Waiting and More Doing
  • 5.0MP Camera/720p HD Video Capture Has Enhanced Photo Features For Better Pictures
  • Watch Hit TV Shows, Browse TV Listings, and Manage Your DVR For Free With The U-verse Mobile.

Be sure to watch the video review to your right to get an idea of the full Windows Phone 7 experience you’ll get from the Samsung Focus.

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One Response to “Video Review: Samsung Focus”

  • susan cooper
    December 1, 2010

    i am almost ready for an upgrade on my att phone. (January) and i need a phone that is blue tooth (i have a bluetooth in my auto) a decent camera and texting capabilities. i do not intend to use this phone with the internet as i have a small laptop that is always available. what do you suggest for good quality, good sound and decent camera. the texting is not that important but i would consider it if it was not too much xtra thanks

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