By Jaime Rivera | October 25, 2013 12:34 AM
Samsung has sadly not been our favorite company this year when it comes to their support for their Windows Phone platform. Surely, yes, they’ve launched one phone here and there, but none of these have delivered on a better user experience than what we already get on other competing OEMs like Nokia or HTC.
This year all we’ve seen from Samsung is the ATIV S Neo on Sprint, which sadly is anything but a flagship phone, and it seems that it’s all that we’re going to get. The company has just made it official that they’re launching the phone on AT&T, and this is pretty much the same phone that we reviewed recently. It’s got the same 4.8-inch 720p display, a dual-core 1.4GHz processor, an 8 megapixel camera, and it’ll be priced at $100 after a contract. You can pick it up on November 8th if you’re interested.
Sadly Michael didn’t have very many positive things to say about this phone when it came to lag and the camera, which is something very surprising in a Windows Phone. At times when you can get an iPhone 5C for the same $100, or even a Lumia 925, we wonder just how well this phone will compete.