Microsoft shows off Samsung Focus S and Flash for the first time

Microsoft today showed off the ​latest Samsung devices at an AllThingsD in Asia, according to the Windows Team Blog.

We already knew the device specifications, but we'll repeat them for you. The Focus S features a 4.3" Super AMOLED Plus display, 1.4GHz processor, 4G speeds and is "super thin." It also rocks a front and rear camera of 8 MP and 1.3 MP respectively. The Focus Flash is a smaller variant, featuring a 3.7" Super AMOLED screen and a 1.4GHz processor and is said to be for those who want a high performance phone for lower price tag.

The devices will be featured on AT&T, however no announcement has been made as to the pricing or availability of the devices yet. We're trying to be patient here Microsoft, but this is taking a long time. One thing is for certain though. These are damn good looking devices.

Pictures of the pair are featured below. We're very, very excited to get our paws on one of these.

Samsung Focus S:

 

​Samsung Focus Flash:

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