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Focus S and Flash officially for sale! No 32 GB version.

As expected, the Samsung Focus S and Focus Flash have just went up for sale in the United States through AT&T.

AT&T’s website has the Focus S listed for $199.99 with a two-year contract, and the Focus Flash for only $49.99 with the contract. Without a contract, the Focus Flash is $399.99, making it decently affordable.

This official specs listing finally shows us that the Focus S only has 16 GB of storage.

The Samsung Focus S is a new Windows Phone with a 4.3” S-AMOLED Plus screen, HSPA+ data speeds, and a 1.4 GHz single-core processor. The phone has an 8-megapixel rear camera, a front-facing camera, gyro sensor, 16 GB of storage, and is only 8.5 mm thick. The Focus S currently does not have an Omnia sibling. Full specs…

The Samsung Focus Flash is an upcoming Windows Phone with a 3.7” S-AMOLED screen, HSPA+ data speeds, and a 1.4 GHz single-core processor. The phone has a 5-megapixel rear camera, a front-facing camera, gyro sensor, and 8 GB of storage. The Focus Flash will be released as the “Omnia W” in other countries. Full specs…

 

Rumor: Focus S has 1 GB of RAM and 32 GB storage

According to an anonymous tip we received from an AT&T employee, the upcoming Samsung Focus S will have 16 and 32 GB options for storage, 1 GB of RAM, and no SD expansion slot.

GSMArena’s specs website matches this information, which adds to the validity of these leaked details. When we questioned our anonymous tipster, he claimed that he did not leak the information to GSMArena, implying that another employee from Samsung or AT&T must have leaked the same information, which would only reinforce the rumor. Nevertheless, this is only a rumor at this point and until we have further confirmations such as leaked pictures of spec sheets or other evidence, Windows Phone fans should take this with a grain of salt.

The Samsung Focus S is an upcoming Windows Phone with a 4.3” S-AMOLED Plus screen, HSPA+ data speeds, and a 1.4 GHz single-core processor. The phone has an 8-megapixel rear camera, a front-facing camera, gyro sensor, and is only 8.5 mm thick. The phone will be coming to the United States through AT&T in Q4 2011. The Focus S currently does not have an Omnia sibling. Full specs…

Samsung Focus S and Flash official product pages live, reveals that Flash is identical to Omnia W

The Official Samsung website was updated recently to include the Focus S and Focus Flash, two new upcoming Windows Phones.

Nothing extremely new is revealed from their website other than the complete dimmensions info and weight info for the two phones. However, the dimmensions for the Focus Flash match exactly with the Omnia W, which tells us that Samsung will finally be releasing the same device in both United States and Europe, rather than what they did with the original Focus and Omnia, where there were two different designs.

The Samsung website also has a new image gallery featuring the front, sides, and back of the phone. Visit Samsung’s Focus S or Focus Flash page to view the new images.

 

The Samsung Focus S is an upcoming Windows Phone with a 4.3” S-AMOLED Plus screen, HSPA+ data speeds, and a 1.4 GHz single-core processor. The phone has an 8-megapixel rear camera, a front-facing camera, gyro sensor, and is only 8.5 mm thick. Storage size and release date is currently unknown, but the phone will definitely be coming to the United States through AT&T. The Focus S currently does not have an Omnia sibling. Full specs…

The Samsung Focus Flash is an upcoming Windows Phone with a 3.7” S-AMOLED screen, HSPA+ data speeds, and a 1.4 GHz single-core processor. The phone has a 5-megapixel rear camera, a front-facing camera, gyro sensor, and 8 GB of storage. Release date is currently unknown, but the phone will definitely be coming to the United States through AT&T. The Focus Flash will be released as the “Omnia W” in other countries. Full specs…

AT&T’s Fall Mango Lineup Pictured

The Windows Phone Blog just unveiled some official press photos of all three new phones being released on AT&T in the coming 1-2 months.  These include the Samsung Focus S, the budget-minded Samsung Focus Flash, and the giant 4.7″ screened HTC Titan.  Although pricing and official release dates are still unknown, let’s just let the photos speak for themselves.  See the all of the photos after the break.

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