Once Samsung's Windows Phone flagship, the ATIV S has since been replaced by a newer model - but at just $109.99, the device may well present an interesting alternative to newer entry-level handsets.
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Reports are coming in that some Samsung ATIV S users are getting notification updates on their handsets and Windows Phone 8.1 is finally being delivered. However this seems to be limited for now.
The Windows Phone 8-based Samsung ATIV S smartphone is now on sale in Canada via several wireless carriers, but the smartphone still doesn't have a US launch date.
Some OEMs have been noticeably absent from the latest Windows party. Better late than never I suppose, with Samsung making the Windows Phone 8 ATIV S and Windows RT ATIV Tab available in the UK.
Samsung announced they were joining the Windows Phone 8 party with the Ativ S. But the handset that was supposed to drop at the end of October is still noticeably absent from the shelves.
Two WP8 devices have launched on Verizon so far, but we've always known of a third called the Samsung ATIV Odyssey. Now, thanks to @evleaks on Twitter, we've seen what the device may look like.
This hands-on video with the Samsung ATIV S Windows Phone gives us another look at the device as well as some of the features in Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 operating system.
A leaked roadmap from the United States' largest mobile carrier, Verizon, states that they will be offering the Nokia Lumia 920, HTC 8X and Samsung ATIV S sometime in Novemeber
Shortly after Samsung's launch party for their new ATIV S Windows Phone 8 device, Nokia arrived to crash it with a group of sign-holders causing some havoc. We're sure Stephen Elop was smiling.
Nokia has called out Samsung after they announced their new ATIV S Windows Phone 8 device, calling it simply a "warm-up act" for the unveiling of new Lumia WP8 devices on September 5th
Samsung's new flagship Windows Phone 8 handset, featuring a huge 4.8" Super AMOLED display and 1.5GHz dual-core processor, has been revealed, bearing the 'ATIV S' name.