Samsung Focus S hands-on preview reveals 16 GB of storage

Mobileburn have had published a short hands-on preview of the Samsung Focus S for AT&T.

Calling it a Samsung Galaxy S II running Windows Phone, they comment on its plasticky feel but note this results in the handset only weighing a feather-light 111g.

They note the phone has a single core 1.4GHz Snapdragon CPU from Qualcomm, which Mobileburn reports has apps opening quickly and that scrolling through lists was very fast. Videos also looked great on the Super AMOLED Plus display.

Unfortunately MobileBurn also revealed the handset only has 16 GB of storage, which I am sure will came as a massive disappointment to many Focus fans.  The Samsung Focus Flash has 8 GB of storage. MobileBurn was not able to confirm or deny the presence of an expansion slot yet.

It seems if you want a minimum of 32 GB of storage you need to be planning a trip to Japan for the Fujitsu IS12T, at least for now.

See many more hands-on pictures at Mobileburn here.

 



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