Samsung Focus S Windows Phone

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Après analyse des notes de consommateurs et d'experts, de l'âge du produit ainsi que d'autres facteurs, et comparé aux autres Téléphones Portables, le Samsung Focus S Windows Phone obtient un alaScore™ de 86/100 = Très Bien.

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Samsung Focus S

 

The Samsung Focus S is a Windows Phone 7 phone on AT&T intended to compete against relatively high-end devices. Its price tag – $199 with two-year agreement, and $549 without – suggests that it is to be pitted against phones like the HTC Titan, 16GB...

Unique OS and UI ; Great battery life ; Best screen of any WP7 phone ; Great system-wide integration ; thin

Poor specs on paper ; Slow "4G ; Flimsy Battery Cover ; Only 720p Recording ; Limited app market

In the end, the Focus S' recording capabilities are pretty good for being limited to 720p, and amongst other WP7 devices, we'd consider it one of the best. Next Page: Media

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Samsung Focus S review: Different kind of flagship

 

The Samsung Focus S is the top dog in the Korean company's Windows Phone lineup. It is the bigger brother of the Samsung Focus Flash in AT&T's smartphone lineup. The term “bigger” is almost entirely related to size here. Due to Microsoft's...

The term “bigger” is almost entirely related to size here. Due to Microsoft’s tight hardware restrictions for their Windows Phone platform, the line between a flagship and a budget device is quite thin. Thus, the Focus S and Focus Flash share chipsets...

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Samsung Focus S: A Standout Windows Phone

 

The Samsung Focus was my favorite of the first generation Windows Phones so I was excited when I heard that Samsung was releasing not one, but two new versions of the Focus with the Mango 7.5 update. The Samsung Focus S ($100 with a two-year contract...

Gorgeous Super AMOLED display ; Good 8-megapixel camera ; Smooth performance

Faint hiss in background of some calls ; Windows Phone 7 has some limitations ; Phone feels a bit plasticky

The Samsung Focus S is the best Windows Phone available with smooth performance, a great camera and a gorgeous display.

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Samsung Focus S (AT&T)

 

The Windows Phone OS has arrived on a number of good handsets, but none of the manufacturers has yet been able to produce a killer Windows Phone for the U.S. market...until now. The Samsung Focus S, introduced by AT&T, is a beautiful device: it's thin,...

The Samsung Focus S has a gorgeous, large touch screen; a good 8-megapixel camera; a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera; and HSPA+ speeds

Thin and less than 4 ounces in weight, the phone lacks durability

Bolstered by a brilliant display and strong hardware specs, the Samsung Focus S is arguably the best Windows Phone ever released.

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Samsung Focus S

 

The deluge of Mango devices isn't over yet. Hot on the heels of the Lumia 800, the Titan, Radar and the wallet-friendly Focus Flash comes the Samsung Focus S. There's not a whole lot of mystery to Sammy's flagship Windows Phone 7.5 handset. It's not...

Gorgeous screen ; Epic battery life ; Delightful dedicated camera button

Questionable build quality ; Ho-hum specs ; Overpriced

A solid phone that doesn't quite feel deserving of its high-end price.

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Samsung Focus S (AT&T)

 

The single-core Qualcomm MSM8255 S2 1.4GHz processor keeps things moving at a good clip. This phone felt exactly the same as the Focus Flash in testing, which is to say, responsive and intuitive. Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) is a fun OS with smooth...

Incredibly thin design. Vibrant screen. Smooth performance. Good camera

No dual-core processor or true 4G data. Short battery life. Not as many third-party apps as you get with Android or iOS

We're still waiting for the first truly high-end Windows Phone device, but the Focus S comes closer than any other before it.

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Samsung Focus S Review

 

The Samsung Focus S seemingly fits the bill as being a premier AT&T offering that's sure to melt the hearts of many with its Super AMOLED Plus display, slim figure, and HSPA+ connectivity. Can this possibly make the A grade and become the Windows...

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Samsung Focus S Written Review by Sydney

 

In the smartphone race, everything is measured by market share. There's a constant battle between Android and iOS to see which one has the largest market share at any given moment. Microsoft used to be a big part of the market share competition, with...

Brilliant Super AMOLED Plus display; spacious 4.3-inch touchscreen; 4G HSPA+; excellent still picture quality; great HD video quality; sleek profile and design; great performance with little or no lag

Keyboard would hang when typing; disappointing audio quality when capturing HD video; non-expandable memory

There's very little to not like about the Focus S, unless of course you don't like Windows Phone. Otherwise, the Focus S is a solid option.

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Samsung's 2nd Gen Focus - the Focus S

 

The original Samsung Focus, despite some niggling flaws, multiple versions, and difficulties with upgrades, has been the Windows Phone 7 'phone to beat' almost from the day it arrived. While the HTC Titan and HD7 have been making inroads, the Focus...

Large, bright screen with amazing contrast ; Light weight, but solidly built ; All round, an amazing phone

Positioning of the power button makes it easy to 'accidentally' hit and turn it on/off when not intended ; A keyboard slider version of this phone would be a big bonus ; Sorry, it only comes in black :-)

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Samsung Focus S Windows Phone review

 

The Samsung Focus S is one of the two new Windows Phone 7.5 smartphones for AT&T that succeed

Great display, snappy performance, thin design

Unimpressive video recording, virtual keyboard lag, minimal app selection

Despite a nicer display and a much better camera, the Focus S shares the same processor and RAM as its lower-cost stablemate, which means that the everyday experience is largely the same. Still, the Focus S is an impressive smartphone, with fast...

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