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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about our Samsung ATIV S review along with some specifics on why this phone is so hot. Then it's more $99 Nexus 7 talk, even though the price tag has grown a bit to $130 or $150. Then Samsung returns to the news, this time because they've just confirmed that they will be offering their Windows Phone legacy customers the 7.8 upgrade. Apple then shows us how they don't care about start-ups by the results of a recent story regarding the POP charger for iOS devices. We end today's show by talking about LG and how their advertisement is ridiculous in a ...

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    While Many Windows Phone 7 models will be seeing the arrival of Windows Phone 7.8 and its WP8-like look, not everyone's making the journey. We heard a while back that the LG Optimus 7, for one, wouldn't be getting a WP7.8 update. Some recent rumors suggested a similar fate for the Samsung Omnia W (aka the Focus Flash), but Windows Phone Italy recently heard from Samsung itself on the matter, and the company has confirmed that all its phones will, indeed, be receiving the update. Specifically, Samsung wrote that all of its devices currently on WP7.5 will be getting WP7.8, though exactly ...

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    According to an AT&T Community Manager's posting, the carrier is not planning to offer the Windows Phone 8107 update. The refresh solves the famous "keyboard bug". Of course, as with any Windows Phone update, carriers can skip one but need to offer the subsequent one, which is cumulative anyways. However, we need to remember Eric Hautala's famous post: "In the months ahead, we'll continue to send out firmware and maintenance updates as needed. These will be available across the globe—although not everybody will receive or require them. It depends on your country, carrier, and phone ...

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    Samsung's Focus S is one of the hottest phones to be a part of the Windows Phone second generation. With an eight-megapixel camera, fast 1.4GHz processor, and big 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, it's easy to see why. So far, though, the handset's exclusivity has been an issue, and it's only an option to AT&T subscribers in the States. If you were hoping that the Focus S might someday see a wider release, we've got some bad news for you, as a Samsung exec has apparently confirmed the Focus S will be staying in the US. This news comes courtesy of an interview with Samsung France's Head ...

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    Tis the season to get great discounts on just about anything, even Smartphones. If you're in the market for a Windows Phone to keep or give away for the holidays, AT&T just made your life a lot easier by dropping the price of their Samsung Focus Flash to just a dollar. Obviously that dollar will include hundreds of more dollars after you sign a two-year contract, but hey, no meal is really free these days. The Samsung Focus Flash is the entry-level Windows Phone on the AT&T network rocking Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, a 3.7" Super AMOLED display, a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 5 ...

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    Everyone is preparing for Black Friday and the deals are starting to pour in. This time it's Microsoft with some great offers for those who want to pick up a Windows Phone. If you have a Microsoft Store nearby, get there tomorrow. You'll be able to grab a new Windows Phone for free from any Microsoft brick and mortar store tomorrow with the occasion of the Black Friday deal. Of course you still have to sign a two-year carrier contract but if a new Windows Phone was already on your shopping list -- how about a Titan or Focus S? -- you know where to find them for free. Chances are the offer ...

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    Officially announced on September 12, the AT&T Samsung Focus Flash is really the Samsung Omnia W. It's available online from AT&T since November 7 and goes for a really attractive price of $49.99. You'll get a 1.4GHz processor, 3.7-inch Super AMOLED display, 8GB Internal Storage, five-megapixel main camera with auto-focus plus flash, VGA front-facer, and of course, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. The ad below focuses on the operating system, especially on the social networking integration and People experience, showing off how easy it is to post stuff to your network as well as follow comments ...

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    While there haven't been many secrets left concerning the US launches of Windows Phone 7.5 Mango devices, we've still been looking forward to see what Microsoft had to reveal at the event it had scheduled for earlier today. We did end up learning a little new information, but more than anything, today's event was about building-up Windows Phone buzz, with more than a little help from a six-story-tall WP7 smartphone. The only new tidbit we picked up had to do with the HTC Titan on AT&T, the last of the four handsets (also including the HTC Radar 4G, Samsung Focus S, and Samsung Focus Flash) ...

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    The flagship Samsung Focus S and the affordable Focus Flash are Samsung's wave-two devices that are already on AT&T's line-up. As we were told at the end of October, the phones are available online from the carrier. If you follow the source link you will be able to purchase online the Samsung Focus S running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, with a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, 1.4GHz CPU, 16GB internal storage, eight-megapixel camera, and a front-facer. You'll pay $199.99 with a two-year contract for the Focus S but the Focus Flash will go for $49.99 with its own two-year agreement. In the ...

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    It was just yesterday that we were wondering about the status of Samsung's Focus S and Focus Flash Windows Phone handsets. First, Samsung finally set up product pages for the pair on its website, and then we received an invitation to a Windows Phone event that prominently featured imagery of the two phones. We still didn't have anything specific like a release date, but the feeling was in the air that the new Focuses were about to drop imminently. Today, AT&T has finally given us what we were looking for, confirming launch dates for the phones as well as revealing their prices. While the ...

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    As AT&T was laying-out its upcoming lineup of Windows Phone Mango handsets last month, it described plans to carry the Samsung Focus S and Focus Flash. Since then, the phones have appeared on the official Microsoft Windows Phone site; it seemed like the only company that wasn't aware of them was Samsung itself. Now the manufacturer has finally launched product pages for the pair, suggesting we're nearing their releases, and we're seeing the duo featured on invitations to a November 7 AT&T Windows Phone event. The Galaxy-S-II-alike Focus S (pictured above, center), as the name should clue ...

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    A little bit more than a month ago AT&T made its Windows Phone Mango line-up public and the HTC Titan, Samsung Focus Flash and Focus S are part of it. While we've seen the HTC Titan get launched and even reviewed it (the European model), there was no real information regarding the Focus Flash and the Focus S. To be quite fair, everyone was expecting the Focus Flash to be the American variant of the recently announced Omnia W just as everyone was expecting the Focus S (probably Omnia S outside the U.S.) to be a Windows Phone powered Galaxy S II. Those who believed that appear to be right as ...

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    Here's a rather interesting picture but before you do anything, make sure you have your salt ready (and overlook the typo in the first row). According to the image above, the Samsung Windows Phone Mango line-up will be wearing those price tags. We've heard of the Samsung Focus S and Focus Flash when AT&T announced its Windows Phone Mango line-up. Out of the three mentioned in the picture above, only the Omnia W, the manufacturer's European phone has been officially announced. Many believe that the Focus Flash and the Omnia W will go in pairs according to their specs and the upcoming Focus ...

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