Despite a nicer display and a much better camera, the Focus S shares the same processor and RAM as its lower-cost stablemate, which means that the everyday experience is largely the same. Still, the Focus S is an impressive smartphone, with fast performance and the familiar Windows Phone interface – flawed as it still may be. Read on to find out whether the Focus S is worth the extra $150 on-contract price over its Flash sibling.
Tech Spot like the Samsung Focus S
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Samsung may have the galaxy range, but their Focus range of Windows Phones will always be ahead of the Android devices, if only in alphabetical order. Anyway, Tech Spot have spent some time with the Samsung Focus S and their review of the handset is now online. They generally like it, although the subsidised network price is still a bit high for them, and they'd like Windows Phone to mature a little bit more.
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