Home Windows Phone And It’s Official–Focus S $200; Focus Flash $50 Available November 6 Windows Phone And It’s Official–Focus S $200; Focus Flash $50 Available November 6 By David K - October 28, 2011 15 5 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Date and amount are now confirmed. So, anyone out there getting in line? Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Apple and iOS Adios Lumia 950–Welcome iPhone X Microsoft DuoLingo is better on Windows Phone Editorials Cell phones, wills, and suicides! Oh my! Microsoft The Windows Phone Failed Experiment Android Bill Gates Now Uses an Android Phone Microsoft Project Studio–Project Management Made Simple 5 COMMENTS To say that i’m geeked up is an understatement. That Focus S is the one i’ll be scooping up although for some reason I want to try the Titan just to poke fun at my wife for how tiny her iphone screen is. Windows Phone FTW! Loading... I think its also official that at&t is the place to be if you want a Windows Phone. Tmo picking up just one low end phone, nothing on the CDMA carriers. Good thing my DVP rocks! Loading... Any word on off Contract prices? Is the Focus S the one with 32gb option? Loading... @efjay: I think as time goes along we’ll see lower and lower priced Windows Phones flooding the market. Both CDMA and GSM carriers. The fact the Focus Flash is $50 on day 1 on contract speaks volumes. Thats Samsung so imagine the low price points Nokia will be releasing phones at. Again, I don’t understand how someone picks up outdated iPhones over any of the newer Android and Windows Phones. In fact, that $50 Focus Flash should battle the iPhone 4 for budget sales on AT&T. Loading... I am curious about the build quality of the Samsung S. Some of their phones I’ve seen seem like a cheap piece of black plastic. I won’t renew my contract until I get a 32GB 4G (3.5 G really) WP7. I will probably wait until Q1 next year to see if Nokia releases a high end device with these specs and the build quality they were known for. My surround works great for now….just need 32GB Loading... Comments are closed.