Samsung announces Focus 2 Windows Phone with 4G LTE for $49.99

Samsung has recently announced the availability of another beautiful Windows Phone on AT&T network in US. It’s the upgraded version of Samsung Focus Flash and Samsung Focus S; the phone has been named as Samsung Focus 2 Windows Phone.

Samsung Focus 2 will go on sale from May 20th for only $49.99 (with a two-year service agreement) on AT&T’s 4G LTE network. Samsung has worked on the design and feel of the Focus 2 and made it a bit shorter from its predecessors to make the phone more comfortable to hold and pocket-friendly.

Samsung Focus 2 Tech Specs

Samsung Focus 2 is blessed with a 4” Super AMOLED display with 480×800 pixel resolution, a new improved 5MP camera and 8GB internal memory with no option of expanding it. Focus 2 is equipped with a front facing VGA camera as well to make video calls and video chat easy on Skype.

Focus 2 sports a powerful 1.4 GHz processor with 512 MB ram, runs on AT&T’s powerful and amazingly fast 4G/LTE network and will be available in pearl white color at AT&T Stores.

Samsung Focus 2 is powered by Windows Phone 7.5 Mango and will be upgradable to Tango and Apollo when available. (We are saying this because in an earlier press event, an executive from Samsung has commented that all new upcoming Samsung Windows Phones will receive the Windows Phone 8 Apollo update).

Samsung Focus 2 comes with Microsoft Outlook Mobile and Office Mobile applications pre-installed to make you access your Office documents and email on the go. It also provides one-touch access to social networking updates to let you stay in-touch with Facebook, Twitter, and more. It also allows you to use the Wi-Fi Mobile hotspot to connect up to 5 devices.

There is no doubt that Samsung Focus 2  Windows Phone is total value for money and best budget Windows Phone available for sale, from 20th May, in market.

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Nitin Agarwal is an MVP alumni and a Pro Blogger. He was awarded as Most Valuable Professional for 3 times by Microsoft in Windows Expert - Consumer category. He is immensely inspired by Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and APJ Abdul Kalam.