Posted in: Featured, Mobile phones, Windows Phone

Samsung Focus Flash stormed in, here’s the video [HANDS-ON]

The Samsung Focus Flash is part of the first wave of handsets from Korea, sporting Windows Phone 7.5 out of the box. The device is the budget oriented sibling of the Samsung Focus S.

Budget however, does not seem to be an appropriate way to describe the Samsung Focus Focus. Its metal clad back cover and Gorilla Glass adorned display give it a serious dose of upmarket feel. In terms of design, the all black device looks classy and understated.

The Samsung Focus Flash packs the same 1.4GHz, single-core CPU as the Focus S, made by Qualcomm, along with a 512MB of RAM. Sadly, the phone offers only 6GB of available built-in memory and no option to expand it with microSD card. The screen of the device is a 3.7″ Super AMOLED unit with WVGA resolution. There is a 5MP AF camera on the back, capable of capturing 720p videos, and a 1.3MP front unit. The Focus Flash measures come at 116.1 x 58.7 x 11 mm, and its weight tips the scale at 116 grams.

Like we mentioned to you above, the smartphone runs the latest Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. We have prepared a video of the device in action for you. Check it out below:

We have a review of the Samsung Focus Flash in the works, so stay tuned for more!


Rules for posting