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Samsung Focus appears to be putting on a disappearing act at various stores?

0. phoneArena posted on 23 May 2011, 09:20

There’s no denying that the Samsung Focus can be argued as the best-selling Windows Phone 7 handset on our side of the pond in the US, but now it appears as though it’s starting to perform a disappearing act at various...

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posted on 23 May 2011, 10:54

1. SemperFiV12 (Posts: 948; Member since: 09 Nov 2010)

It was a GREAT phone... If I had AT&T I would not hesitate one bit. Very smooth and very beautiful screen... The kind only Sammy can make. Makes the WP7 interface look sharp! And boy that thing can fly!

posted on 23 May 2011, 19:11

6. Lucas777 (Posts: 2137; Member since: 06 Jan 2011)

it was worth it... best phone i have ever had

posted on 23 May 2011, 11:41

2. nxwkev (unregistered)

I have a samsung focus and love it. Too bad its going away :(

posted on 23 May 2011, 12:09

3. nb2six (Posts: 298; Member since: 27 Apr 2011)

while it lasts you can get one at Target Mobile for $20.

posted on 23 May 2011, 16:21

4. snowgator (Posts: 3604; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)

HTC seems to be carrying the baton for Widows phones until it gets handed off to Kokia. That does seem strange, as the Focus was easily the most respected of the W7 devices. That screen is a huge selling point. I kinda do not like Samsung these days due to the plastic, lightweight feel of them, but that is strickly my thing. Everyone I know who owns Samsung products enjoy them. Microsoft should be hitting up Sammy hard to follow up the Focus with another offering across all carriers to capitalize on that success. In the end, they may end up not needing Nokia.

posted on 23 May 2011, 16:23 1

5. snowgator (Posts: 3604; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)

And as soon as I wrote that, I read where 9 new handsets include new Samsungs. Now I just feel stupid....

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