Samsung Focus S: A Standout Windows Phone

Saturday, 3 December 2011

The Focus S’s design screams Samsung with its glossy piano black bezel, textured battery cover and subtle curves. Like pretty much every Samsung phone ever, the Focus S is a bit on the plasticky side, but it feels sturdy and solid enough to withstand day-to-day use. The Focus S's shape is more squared than the original Focus, and of course, thinner at 0.33 inches.

Design-wise, the Focus S is actually quite similar to the Samsung Galaxy S II Android phones. Obviously, the Focus S has Windows Phone touch-sensitive buttons below the display as opposed to the Android ones. It is also missing a MicroSD slot as Windows Phones don’t have expandable memory (though you do get 25GB of free cloud storage via Microsoft’s Skydrive in addition to the phone’s 16GB of built-in storage).

Like the AT&T Galaxy S II phone, the Focus S rocks a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display. The Focus S’s colors looked bright, details were crisp, and the viewing angles were very good. Blacks were deep, and colors were richly saturated without being overdone. Whites have a bit of a bluish tint, but it wasn't too noticeable. One of the benefits of AMOLED displays is their performance in bright sunlight. Outdoors, the Focus S’s display remains incredibly visible. According to Samsung, Super AMOLED Plus displays have 50 percent more subpixels than the first-generation Super AMOLED displays (seen on the Vibrant, Mesmerize, and other Galaxy S phones) and perform even better than their predecessors in bright light.
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raj kumar said...

The Samsung Focus is one of the first Windows Phone 7 devices. This phone has 4 inches Super Amoled capacitive touchscreen display and a 1.4 GHz processor. The other features and specifications are also awesome.
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