SAMSUNG FOCUS AVAILABLE TO AT&T; CUSTOMERS ON NOVEMBER 8

DALLAS – Nov. 4, 2010 [Samsung Newsroom] – AT&T has costed the Emphasis at $199.99. The Emphasis comes with a customizable start display and improved operating system look, big, iconic text to content and menus transitions to slip a user into and from various menus.
Together with the Windows 7 tile-based layout, users can customize the beginning screen in various ways and pin often used software for one-touch access. . Users can have up to 256 live tiles onto the start screen.
The Focus also features natural voice and touch interactions, includes a reactive, multi-touch screen with voice activated dialing and app launching.
Key Features:
–        Windows® Phone 7 Operating System
–        4.0” Super AMOLED™ display
–        5.0MP Camera/ Camcorder with auto-focus and flash
–        Full HTML browser with pinch and zoom
–        Multiple messaging options (Exchange Email, Text and Picture with threaded messaging)
–        Microsoft® Zune service
–        Microsoft® Bing maps and voice search
–        Wi-Fi with AT&T Hot Spots
–        Microsoft® Office Mobile
–        Windows® Phone Marketplace
–        Advanced gaming features – access Xbox LIVE® right from your handset
–        aGPS with AT&T Navigator
–        AT&T U-verse® Mobile
–        Samsung Now Hub
–        720p video record/playback
–        Integrated social networking services
–        Stereo Bluetooth® 2.1 connectivity
–        Multimedia package with features such as Music Player, Expandable Memory Slot supporting up to 32GB3, Games & 4 Pole 3.5mm Ear-jack
Specifications:
–        Quad-Band EDGE (850/900/1800/1900MHz); Tri-band UMTS (850/1900/2100MHz)
–        Display: 4 inches WVGA 480×800 pixels Super AMOLED
–        Dimensions: 4.84” x 2.56” x 0.39”
–        Weight: Approximately 4.2 ounces
–        Memory:
–        8GB internal storage memory
–        External microSD™ memory card slot up to 32 GB (class 2 (or higher) microSD card, card sold separately)
–        Talk Time: Up to 6.5 hours4
–        Standby Time: Up to 300 hours