These Are AT&T's New Windows Phones (Updated)

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Just now, at the All Things D Asia event, Windows Phone President Andy Lees unveiled the new AT&T fall lineup of WP7.5 smartphones—the 4.7-inch HTC Titan, the 1.4GHz Samsung Focus S, and the diminutive 3.7-inch, 1.4GHz Samsung Focus Flash.


Check out the full gallery over at the Windows Phone Blog.

Update: We've received some additional details regarding the Samsungs' specs. The Focus S (center) will feature a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus, 1.4GHz processor, 4G capability and is roughly .3-inches thick. Its rear camera is 8MP, the front camera is 1.3MP.

The Focus Flash (right) has a 3.7-inch Super AMOLED screen, uses a 1.4 GHz processor, and features a 5MP rear camera with a front camera of undisclosed megapixelage. They're both slated for a Fall release and will run on the WP7.5 Mango platform.

Samsung Focus owners shouldn't despair, they'll be receiving the Windows Mango update this Fall.

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Samsung Focus is a rotten piece of sh!t.

I can say this with 100% validity because I take the support calls for this phone. Those guys in Korea must not use their own phones because they would not make sequels to the monstrosity that is the Samsung Focus.

Damn thing constantly chimes like if you were to connect the charger and disconnect it over and over and over.

It powers off constantly

Freezes constantly

Does not sync to PC or Windows Live

Drops calls

A slew of network issues (which is partially AT&Ts fault)

I assure you this device alone constitutes at least about 70% of my WP7 calls

(LG Quantum - 15% - HTC Surround - 10% - HTC HD7s - 5%)

/Sigh - Why Samsung? Why? You used to be so good!

(Don't get me started on Infuse, Captivate/ Galaxy S and then the entire army of dumbphones they have)