AT&T has just added yet another Windows Phone to its growing portfolio. This time though, it’s not a Nokia or HTC – it’s a Samsung. Focus 2 is what it’s called, and with that name the Korean maker is clearly aiming to position this as the successor to the original Focus, Samsung’s first Windows Phone for AT&T from 2010.
Like the Nokia Lumia 900, the Samsung Focus 2 will be affordably priced. In fact, it will be even cheaper than the Nokia at $49.99 with a new two-year contract.
The Focus 2 is Samsung’s first LTE-capable Windows Phone, and it has a 4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen, a 5 MP autofocus rear camera with 720p HD video recording support, and a front-facing VGA camera for video calls. It runs Windows Phone 7.5.
The Samsung Focus 2 will hit AT&T stores in white (as pictured above) on May 20.
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