Review: Samsung Focus with Windows Phone 7
Oct 20, 2010, 6:00 PM by Philip Berne
We tackle the Samsung Focus, one of the first Windows Phone 7 devices, from a business users perspective. Does it earn Microsoft a promotion?
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Is It Your Type?
The Samsung Focus takes the best parts of Samsung's Galaxy S hardware and drops the new Windows Phone 7 OS into the mix. The phone is a classy, thin touchscreen, eschewing the sliding keyboards and gimmicks of the other Windows Phones hitting the market. But with Xbox Live tiles and a focus on friends, is this still a phone business users can get behind?
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Lots of fake meetings....
Maybe an update?
I'd honestly pay just about anything to have a full featured Excel creator/editor on my phone/tablet.
Oh well. The Macbook Air is in the mail, hopefully its just as portable as my iPad. (sorry, I'm really not trying to plug the Air, I'm just so damn excited to get it!!!)