Samsung Focus Flash
Inexpensive, Large screen given the diminutive form factor, Good voice quality, Windows Phone 7,5 (Mango) is a smooth, cool OS.
Affordable cost, Compact and lightweight design, Polarizing Super AMOLED display, Peppy overall performance
Bright, colorful Super AMOLED Plus display, Low $50 price, High-end specs for its price, Solid construction, Windows Phone 7.5 interface rocks
Affordable price, Gorgeous Super AMOLED screen, Compact size, Attractive, engaging interface, Impressive music and gaming experience, Loud speaker
Faster than average processor for a WP7 phone, 4G connectivity.
Fast performance, beautiful screen, nice build quality, inexpensive
The stylish Samsung Focus Flash runs Windows Phone 7.5 on a vibrant Super AMOLED screen, and has two cameras and a fast 1.4GHz processor. The speakerphone was surprisingly strong. The phone runs on AT&T's HSPA+ network.
Bland design, Limited third-party app selection, A few bugs.
Ugly looking 720p video capture, Weak sounding earpiece
No microSD, 5-megapixel camera is a bit slow, Poor battery life, 3.7-inch screen may be too small for some
Slow camera, Small keyboard, Lackluster data speeds, Can't download Zune videos wirelessly
Poor camera, Spongy buttons.
Lousy camera, equally poor video recording quality
The Focus Flash's call quality was a little iffy, the fuzzy VGA camera quality can give you the spins, and the screen really should be a little larger.
By Tom's Guide on December 28, 2011
The last four years have seen a major shift away from what are known as feature phones-the basic flip cell phones we all had in the early part of the decade--to the smartphone. Smartphones had been around for some time, with the market dominated by...-
By Phone Scoop on November 19, 2011
By all counts, the Samsung Focus Flash is a great little phone. About the only thing negative I can say about it is the wonky camera button and stuttery video effect. Otherwise, the Focus Flash hits the mark on nearly every feature. The hardware may...-
By PC Mag on November 17, 2011
The Samsung Focus Flash is a powerful budget smartphone for AT&T subscribers, but it will do little to attract new customers to Windows Phone 7.5....70
By Phone Arena on November 16, 2011
There’s no arguing that we’re spoiled time after time with some high-end smartphones, but to tell you the truth, it doesn’t require a super-spec’d device to offer a resounding Windows Phone 7.5 Mango experience. Rather, the...75
By GSMArena on November 13, 2011
The Samsung Focus Flash is a device, which will easily grow on you. A lot of this has to do with the low expectations which the smartphone’s price point predisposes you to have towards it when opening its box. We did however, mention already that...-
By SlashGear on November 10, 2011
The new Samsung Focus Flash may not be the most impressive device we’ve seen lately, but it does offer an overall decent value and comes in at a fair price. Announced back in September and available now the Focus Flash has a lot to offer like its...-
By Digital Trends on November 10, 2011
The battery life hurts, but aside from that, the Samsung Focus Flash performs as well as any Windows...75
By LaptopMag on November 08, 2011
Besides the free--and ancient--, AT&T's budget smartphone selection is pretty slim. That's why Samsung's new $49.99 Focus Flash, one of the company's first devices to run the new Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango), is a breath of fresh...80
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on November 07, 2011
Although I’m pleased with Samsung for breaking away from the mold that so many other Windows Phone 7 phones have fallen into, I still think the company could have done a bit more with the hardware. It’s disappointing to see a great Windows...80
By Engadget on November 05, 2011
The Focus Flash isn't going around begging for attention. Simply put, its specs aren't going to draw in the hardcore gadget crowd and no one is going be camping out overnight to get their hands on one. That said, we could easily see this being a...-