Samsung Focus Flash Review
The Samsung Focus Flash is a budget windows phone 7.5 mango device on the AT&T network. It looks similar to the Samsung Focus that debuted last year, though the Focus Flash sports a 3.7-inch AMOLED display and is powered by a 1.4Ghz processor(single core) and 1GB of RAM. Its got a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera for video chat and a 5 megapixel rear camera with LED flash that records at 720p. There is no microSD card slot for expandable storage but it does come with 8GB of storage on the device. The hardware design is really nice, its feels comfortable and durable in your hands with a light feel. You get the same build quality Samsung has introduced into their Galaxy line of devices here. The edges aren’t as round as the original with a more rectangular feel to them, but the edges aren’t as pointed and look and feel comfortable. It is prices at $49 with a 2 year contract.
The Focus Flash feels like a Zune HD in your hands. Its compact and smooth. The 1GB of ram does this baby wonders, there seriously is no lag with this device. I mean it has serious no slow downs which is very good. The Focus Flash can record 720p HD video but it defaults to a VGA resolution, which I annoying but makes since due to its limited storage solution at 6GB and lack of microSd slot. Here are some sample pic below.
The battery life on the Focus Flash was very good. I was able to get through a full day using the phone as my primary device with moderate to heavy usage. I believe the average user would probably get a full 24hr with the Focus Flash without needing to charge the device; all on a single charge.
I really like the Focus Flash from Samsung with Windows Phone 7.5 mango. Its got a great piece of hardware and at $49.99 it is a good piece of hardware and at a budget price. I suggest you take a good look at the Focus flash and all the offerings of Windows Phone 7.5 on the AT&T network
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