Priced on contract for 99 cents by AT&T, Samsung Focus Flash gets full-page treatment
AT&T obviously thinks that the Windows Phone OS is going to make a three horse race out of things. 2012 looks to be a big year for Microsoft's mobile OS with Nokia bringing the Lumia line to the U.S. with the Nokia 710 heading to T-Mobile and Verizon too, if rumors are correct. There is even talk of an LTE enabled model of the Nokia Lumia 800 for Big Red and AT&T. Don't forget the Tango and Apollo updates scheduled for 2012. The latter is expected to let hardware manufacturers build more competitive handsets for the Windows Phone OS. If the Apollo update does for Windows Phone what Android 2.0 did for Android, who knows what the complexion of the cellular industry will look like next year at this time.
1. vvelez5 (Posts: 623; Member since: 29 Jan 2011)
It's been 99 cents in Orlando for sometime now. Got it for my mother, her first smart phone and she loves it. Windows Phone is definitely a good phone for people getting into the smart phone game as well as people who have been in it for some time. It's a very unique UI.
2. drahmad (Posts: 480; Member since: 20 Aug 2011)
every one is saying that, but no one is going for it. I think microsoft should make a survey on "why you will not buy a windows phone smart phone? " at least phonearena should.
4. nyamo (Posts: 274; Member since: 19 Mar 2011)
i never liked wp7 for the one and only fact that you have to use zune to transfer files phonecomputer
if it were drag and drop like the old win phone or android, i think it would be much better
3. The_Miz (Posts: 1496; Member since: 06 Apr 2011)
I don't care about Windows Phone 7, but it is better than Android from my perspective.