AT&T jumped the gun just a little bit by making its upcoming Windows Phone Mango line-up public this week, probably to further emphasize on it being the “premier” carrier for the Redmond-platform-powered phones. Among the phones (HTC Titan and Focus Flash), there’s the Samsung Focus S, which just passed FCC.
The phone that got Commission clearance is the SGH-i937, most probably the Samsung Focus S. Given the recently made official Samsung naming convention, expect the Focus S to be a flagship as “S” stands for Super Smart, at the top of all models, a letter only highest-end flagship phones will wear.
That being said, expect to see a Super AMOLED Plus display that looks gorgeous on the Galaxy S II, premium materials, a general outer aspect that somewhat resembles the Android-powered Galaxy S II and, of course, Windows Phone Mango, whenever that will be made official this fall.
Official specs made public by AT&T talk about a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, 1.4GHz processor, radio capable of 4G speeds, a front facing 1.3-megapixel and a rear facing eight-megapixel camera, and a very thin form factor, measuring only 8.55 millimeters.