While many users may find the Samsung Focus S perfect to suit their needs, Windows Phone is bringing diversity of handsets to satisfy all users needs. One of the devices that is offered on AT&T currently is the Samsung Focus Flash, a 1.4 Ghz next gen snapdragon processor with a Super Amoled display measuring 3.7 inches diagonally. The device also offers a vga front facing shooter with a 5 mp shooter on back. In this unboxing, we are just going to go over the basics of the device and the AT&T packaging. In later stories, we will explore the software and perform some camera tests and give an overall review.
Surprisingly, the device feels really good in hand and reminds me of the Sony Xperia X1 device that came out a few years ago with Windows Mobile 6.1. There’s something about the design of the device that definitely makes for a sturdier device versus the Samsung Focus S. I love the viewing angles of the device as well. For a Super Amoled display, the colors are extremely vibrant at many angles, despite the device not being Super Amoled Plus. But one has to wonder what Samsung sacrificed to get the price point so low besides the memory. Stick around at wpsauce for our full review!