Samsung Focus Flash unboxing and hands-on
0. phoneArena posted on 04 Nov 2011, 17:27
As for the handset itself, it easily reminds us of the Samsung Captivate, AT&T’s version of the original Samsung Galaxy S, since its overall design shares many traits. Specifically, it boasts some hard lines with some angled top and bottom edges, which combine...
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1. ecml490 (unregistered) posted on 04 Nov 2011, 17:35 4 1
I want a Windows Phone so bad! But too bad I have Sprint. (Though they do have a WP but it sucks). But just to add ... Hope Apple doesn't sue them for the physical home button...
4. AhmadAlsayegh posted on 04 Nov 2011, 18:03 1 1
dont u guys have the number portability option in the U.S?
in our country, we can switch carriers and keep the same number with no issues (or as u call it caller ID)
6. ecml490 (unregistered) posted on 04 Nov 2011, 18:43 0 2
I don't think so. I think the only types of phones you can do that for in the U.S. are GSM phones which Verizon and Sprint don't have, though they do have a few world phones that I think can be used with other networks. Because I used a Blackberry Storm from Verizon on AT&T's network because the storm had a sim card slot.
But if you talking about switching carriers but keeping the same number then yea we can do that here in the U.S. But I don't want to do that because it's not worth paying Sprint's new $350 cancellation fee...
9. networkdood posted on 04 Nov 2011, 19:42 1 0
LOL, yes, you can - most landline and wireless numbers in the U.S. can freely change carriers.
14. Nachoz posted on 04 Nov 2011, 23:46 1 0
If you want to get out the contract, just call sprint complaining about dropped calls and poor reception. you'll have to talk them down a but, but after a while, they'll be able to cancel your contract without the fee and you'll be able to switch carriers. I know this from experience. :-)
16. Mobile-X-Pert posted on 05 Nov 2011, 06:11 0 0
Yeah one can port the numebr out to another carrier but problem is when u have a 2 year contract.
2. remixfa posted on 04 Nov 2011, 17:39 5 2
wow.. those live tiles look extra sharp on some sexy Super Amoled. I dont know how anyone could choose a phone without it.. lol.
3. snowgator posted on 04 Nov 2011, 17:53 3 0
I KNOW!! I was so sure I would be all in on the Titan, but those tiles just pop off this screen!! Looking so excitedly to playing with the Focus S and the HTC counterpart!
As for the Flash, a great option at fifty bucks, and with a much better processor than the Radar. Sammy is really offering a bargin. AT&T is rumored to be backing WP with advertisements and store support. Be nice to see Windows at least be given a fair chance to compete...
5. remixfa posted on 04 Nov 2011, 18:38 3 0
Agreed. Im not sure why Samsung didnt make this a 4.3 incher or at least a 4 incher.. Its got better specs than the rest.
Oh well, still a perty phone.
8. Penny posted on 04 Nov 2011, 19:15 0 0
Sadly, my only WP7 choice on Verizon was the HTC Trophy, with an LCD. Oh well, it is still one of the better LCD's I've seen, but I do get a bit envious of my brother's Super AMOLED Plus.
7. myclevername posted on 04 Nov 2011, 19:09 1 1
Patience grasshoppers....your wishes will come true. Samsung Focus S is being announced on the 7th for AT&T. 4.3" screen.
Display480x800 (4.27” WVGA)
Processor 1.5 GHz Qualcomm MSM8255
Camera Yes (8 MP AF w/ LED flash + 1.3 MP VGA front-facing camera)
Battery Life9 hours/25 days
10. RORYREVOLUTION posted on 04 Nov 2011, 20:29 4 0
People can whine and cry about Samsung's "Plastic" designs but in the end they are the most desired devices there is. You can keep your metal crappy washed out lcd displays, I love my super sexy amoled.
13. BReND0 posted on 04 Nov 2011, 22:47 1 0
Dude no joke, my Samsung Vibrant fell out of my pocket, i backed my car up and ran it over, it was facee down so there where spider cracks galore, a few pieces around the edge fell out, but that little plastic Galaxy s phone, still worked... It made calls, took pics, play games, I know theyre all made cheap, but it held up under my tire and well the insurance gave me a galxay S 4g....sO ANYONE OF YOUR WORRIED ABOUT SAMSUNGS PLASTIC , LIGHT WEIGHT FEEL , sorry for caps, But they hold up...this is a true story, swear on my momma....
15. jackhammeR posted on 05 Nov 2011, 03:50 2 1
Why LCD are crappy? Because samsung has super duper amoled doesn't mean that the rest looks old & pathetic.
Look at Nokia IPS LCD CBD (God...what a name) or Amoled CBD. Those are great displays with great colors, contract and huge brightness and almost the only difference between them and super amoled is just a name.
LG will introduce his own version of 720p screen and If they want to stay in the game, it must be something really WOW (c'mon! they makes tvs and monitors...they must do sth really great).
Don't be so fanatic when it comes to company or display preferences.
It reminds me "retina case".
Every company wanted so badly to have such a monster...samsung still doesn't have one (720p pentile is not really a 720p, just like first nexus). moto is good with 960x540, htc is sth planning sth better than s-lcd and they just released rezound. It won't take long to catch samsung and his SA+ precious displays.
Like someone said here to me "you care only about camera!".
Not only, but this is a major factor for me.
People don't look only at displays. Build quality matters too. So samsung plastic can be a deal breaker.
17. Mobile-X-Pert posted on 05 Nov 2011, 06:17 3 0
Becasue that's all it needs to work properly.
18. HTCiscool posted on 06 Nov 2011, 02:02 0 0
Is its display PenTile or regular?
If it and the Focus S' screens are PenTile then the Lumia 800 is the way to go.
Sorry HTC, come back to Amoled tech!!! I cannot purchase a Radar or a Titan knowing it has a regular S-LCD screen.
19. Joshing4fun posted on 06 Nov 2011, 19:39 0 0
Have you seen the Radar's screen in person? It looks amazing, even better than my super amoled screen because it's so sharp and crisp. It's specs don't sound great but somehow it just works.