AT&T Announce Samsung Focus S & Focus Flash Available Starting November 6th

AT&T has announced via their Facebook page, that the Samsung Focus S and Focus Flash will be available starting on November 6th. The lower end Focus Flash will sell for just $49.99, while the Focus S will be $199.99 – Of course, these prices are based on a two year contract with a minimum $15 per month data plan. It’s my guess the full retail price of these phones, without contact will be something like $350, and $550. Although, AT&T hasn’t posted those details yet, so we’ll just have to wait a little longer to know for sure.

All of the specs for these phones are not yet known. However, we can tell you that the Focus Flash will have a 3.7 inch Super AMOLED screen, a 1.4 Ghz processor, 5 megapixel rear camera, and a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera. The Focus S will have a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Plus screen, 1.4 Ghz processor, an 8 megapixel camera, and a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera. The Focus S will also be just 8.5mm at it’s thinnest point and AT&T claims it’s 4G compatible.

If you’ve been watching the Samsung Galaxy line of devices, you may notice that the Samsung Focus S looks an awful lot like the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone. We won’t be able to say for sure until see more hardware specs or have a chance to spend some real time with this device. :-)

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Mike Temporale grew up fascinated by computers since an early age. His first hands on with a computer came when he was 7 years old and a travelling lab of Commodore PET computers made a stop at his school. Hooked on the new world these devices offered, he took any chance possible to get in front of a computer. When Compaq launched the iPaq 3600, he was hooked again. This time on a whole new world of mobile computing. Today, Mike spends his day helping clients deploy and manage their mobile device around the world. From installing custom software, to locking and securing data, and everything in between. He is also the Editor in Chief at Mobile Jaw - a site focused on today's mobile world.