Since the air is all about the Windows Phone Mango OS and respective mobile devices, let’s talk a bit about Samsung Focus Flash, the smaller sibling of Samsung Focus S. The latter did flutter many-a-waves at its launch, leaving onlookers dazzled by its beauty and sheer power. And so did the former too, i.e. Samsung Focus Flash. Microsoft briefly revealed Samsung’s next Windows Phone handset during the Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) 2011.
Samsung Focus Flash features
The Focus Flash features a 3.7-inch Super-AMOLED screen supported by WVGA (480×800) resolution factor. Similar to Focus S, our Focus Flash is also powered by a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon (MSM8255T) processor together with an Adreno 205 GPU. It has got an internal RAM storage capacity of 512MB which can be considered as pretty efficient.
Yay! The Samsung Focus Flash is video-calling enabled thanks to its dual cameras. The primary camera is of 8MP while the secondary camera (front) comes at 1.3MP. AT&T also revealed that it may also support 4G network.
On a broader outlook, the Samsung Focus Flash is rumored to resemble Samsung’s Galaxy S II Android mobile device. Its soft not-edgy corners make it look very sleek and, in a girl’s language, beautiful. Couple that with Microsoft’s Mango OS and we get a device which cannot be over-looked. And it delivers. The big difference between Samsung Focus S and Samsung Focus Flash is that the latter is scheduled to be available at a much cheaper price tag than the former.
Though no specific date has been released regarding its launch, Samsung Focus Flash shall release via AT&T by November 2011.
As we say yet again, “Mango is the sweetest fruit of ’em all“.