Review: Samsung Focus S for AT&T
Samsung's Focus S is a superlative Windows Phone for AT&T. Nearly every feature performs flawlessly. Find out in Phone Scoop's full review if there's anything about the Focus S to dislike.
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The Focus S is Samsung's best Windows Phone to-date, boasting speedy performance, a solid camera and of course Microsoft's Mango operating system. It also manages to fit snugly between the HTC Titan and Focus Flash in AT&T's Windows Phone lineup. Is it the Goldilocks of Windows Phones?
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When will there be an Android option for this phone? Seems like a waste to only provide WP on a good piece of hardware...
Totally agree. WP7 is such a hard sell anyway. No one wants it.
WP7 is so hideous