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Samsung Focus Windows 7 Phone [ PVAWORLD CORPORATION GIVEAWAY 2011 ]

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Uploaded on Jun 28, 2011

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Samsung Focus Windows 7 Phone Review:

The Focus is the thinnest WP7 phone that exists right now, and it's kind of the first thing you notice. The device measures 4.9 inches by 2.53 inches, and is a svelte 0.39 inches in thickness. It's also surprisingly light, weighing in at just over 4 ounces. That lightness, coupled with the build materials here (pretty much all plastic) give the phone a slightly cheaper feel than its AT&T counterpart, the Surround. Compared to phones like the G2 or iPhone 4, it definitely comes off as somewhat chintzy. In a way, its closest cousin is the Fascinate, which makes sense since the Focus and Omnia 7 are basically Galaxy S phones with Windows Phone 7 onboard.
On the front of the phone is that big 480 x 800 capacitive display with three capacitive buttons below (back, home, and search). Around the right side of the phone is a two step camera button and power / sleep button, up top is the headphone jack and MicroUSB port, and on the left side you'll find the volume rocker. The phone has kind of a slick quasi-metal bezel that runs around the upper portion of the seams, almost giving it a BlackBerry-ish vibe.
Compared to its brother, the Omnia 7, the Focus certainly seems lacking, and it's difficult to understand why Samsung didn't bring the solid, metal construction of the European device to US shores. All told, while the design of the handset might be reasonably handsome, it's not especially high-end. In fact, we're currently having an issue with our review unit where the plastic back isn't fully snapping into one of its fastener slots properly — which would be extremely annoying if we'd just laid out cash for this phone. There's something lazy about the look and feel of the phone that typifies the kind of leveling-out we're seeing with touchscreen-only devices right now.
Inside you've got a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 512MB of RAM, 1GB of ROM, and 8GB of flash storage. The screen is Samsung's well-loved Super AMOLED (the same you find in the Galaxy S phones), and of course is capacitive multitouch. The device also has that 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, and a GPS chip. We take a little issue with the fact that the device only has 8GB of storage — Samsung has boasted about the fact that unlike other WP7 devices, the Focus has a microSD slot, but it doesn't exactly work as you'd expect.

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