AT&T launches the Samsung Focus 2 Windows Phone smartphone
AT&T has only announced its most low-priced LTE Windows Phone in time, the Samsung Focus 2, which could be up to seizes for $50 beginning May 20 to those seeking a steal Windows Phone working at the quickest network AT&T has to provide.
This severely endangers the Windows Phone-based smartphone Nokia Lumia 900 which is as well at LTE network from AT&T while the two handsets are comparably indued in hardware’s terms.
This adds the AT&T portfolio from LTE Windows Phone devices at 3, the HTC Titan II which is purchasable for $200 with a fresh two-year sign up, naturally, and the two smartphones we have already named.
All the same, AT&T is boastful to provide the only 3 4G LTE Windows Phones at the United States.
“AT&T provides our clients the most across-the-board Windows Phone portfolio from any carrier, on 3 4G LTE Windows Phones – the exclusively 4G LTE Windows Phones at the United States. – now at a kind of form factors and price tag,” Jeff Bradley from AT&T said in a statement.
Samsung is as well pretty pleased the Samsung Focus 2 since it goes face to face with the Nokia Lumia 900, the flagship smartphone from the scrambling Finnish phones manufacturer.
“Samsung is the matchless leader at offering smartphones over a sort of platforms and the Samsung Focus 2 is a hefty case of our proceeded allegiance to Windows Phone,” Dale Sohn from Samsung said.
“As our foremost Windows Phone with 4G LTE, the Samsung Focus 2 is a quick and flexible device to productivity, social networking and entertainment,” explain the Samsung Mobile president.
For equivalence, the Nokia Lumia 900 is being provided at AT&T for $99 on a new biennial contract. There was a moment, even so, that the Nokia Lumia 900 was efficaciously free at courtesy of AT&T on a $100 account credit by Nokia due to the memory management bug from the smartphone.
It looks AT&T’s LTE Windows Phone units keep getting progressively affordable with the Samsung Focus 2 price tag.