Here's The First Premium Quality Windows Phone That Anyone Can Afford

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Samsung just launched the Focus Flash, a phone that proves you don’t need to spend $200 to get an amazing experience in return.The Focus Flash is AT&T’s new entry level Windows Phone, but it sure doesn’t seem like it. The Flash has 4G capabilities, a very snappy 1.4 Ghz single-core processor, 8GB of internal memory, and a Super AMOLED screen.

There’s even a front-facing camera. You get the entire Windows Phone Mango experience.

The Focus Flash will hit AT&T on November 6 for $49.99 on a new two-year contract. Here are some photos of the best bang for your buck we’ve seen in a long while.

Here it is, the Samsung Focus Flash. It's Samsung's new entry level Windows Phone, but it doesn't seem like it.

It'll only cost you $50 on 2-year contact with AT&T, but this thing looks great and has 4G capabilities.

The Super AMOLED screen is ultra vibrant, as expected. The phone fits nicely in the hand.

The back of the device looks and feels like a plastic imitation of brushed metal. It's slippery. The 5MP camera takes OK photos.

The Focus Flash is balanced remarkably well, and feels like a premium slab of gadgetry.

A great new addition is the front facing camera at the top right of the device's front.

Here's the original Samsung Focus (left), which has a larger screen. It feels flimsy compared to the Focus Flash.

The Focus Flash is a lot smaller than the original Focus.

The Focus Flash and iPhone are very similar sizes, but the Focus Flash's screen is .2 inches larger.

Hello, Samsung legal department! This angle makes the devices look very similar.

The iPhone and Focus Flash are pretty much the same size.

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