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  • Blog Post: Sprint plans summer launch of new Windows Phone 8 models from HTC, Samsung

    The wait is almost over, Sprint fans. The carrier today took the wraps off the HTC 8XT and Samsung ATIV S Neo, the first two Windows Phone 8 models designed for Sprint’s 4G LTE network. The phones, which were unveiled just hours before the start of Microsoft’s annual Build developer conference in San...
  • Blog Post: Verizon, Sprint to offer new Windows Phone 8 models

    There were two big Windows Phone-related announcements today at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas. First, Samsung said that the ATIV Odyssey will go on sale at Verizon Wireless in the “coming weeks.” Samsung makes some amazing hardware and this is its first Windows Phone...
  • Blog Post: The Wrap: The Focus 2 arrives, “Dear Windows Phone,” new 99 cent Xbox games

    Here are my favorite Windows Phone highlights of the week. What about you? The Samsung Focus 2 arrives on Sunday Heads up that the Samsung Focus 2 makes its AT&T debut this weekend. With a $50 price tag, solid spec sheet, and 4G LTE network support—not to mention classy looks—I’m...
  • Blog Post: Smoked by Windows Phone by the numbers (and new ads!)

    When I kicked off Smoked by Windows Phone at CES in January, I did it with one thing in mind – show the world that Windows Phone is simply faster at the everyday stuff that people do on their smartphones. Since then we’ve seen it in the Microsoft Stores, run by fans, and hosted by Microsoft teams all...
  • Blog Post: Hands-on with the HTC Radar 4G, Samsung Omnia W and ZTE Tania

    To help celebrate the upcoming launch of Windows Phone 7.5 (which we announced today is rolling out as an update for all current Windows Phone customers), several of our hardware partners around the world – HTC, Samsung and ZTE – unveiled brand new, cutting-edge devices running the latest version of...
  • Blog Post: Windows Phone Radio Episode 3

    Scrappy Windows Phone Radio episode 3 is now live [also in the Zune Marketplace] – providing a break down of the event last Monday. Windows Phone team partner Liz takes on mic 2 this go around as Matt is chained to his desk writing specs. If you have not had a chance to watch the press conference and...
  • Blog Post: PHOTOS & VIDEO: The Windows Phone 8X and 8S by HTC

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  • Blog Post: Snag a Focus Flash for just 99 cents

    Holiday deal alert! Starting Sunday, the Samsung Focus Flash will be available from AT&T for just 99 cents (with a 2-year contract). So if you’ve been looking for an excuse to check out Windows Phone 7.5—just named one of 2011’s top tech products by PC World and Slate —now’s your chance. Read more...
  • Blog Post: Meet the Samsung Focus 2: LTE and beautiful design for only $49.99

    One of the most popular Windows Phone devices of all time is the original Samsung Focus , and for good reason - it was fast, sleek, had a killer Super AMOLED screen, and got great battery life. Since then, Samsung’s released two really great devices in the small-but-sturdy Focus Flash and the thinner...
  • Blog Post: The Wrap: Samsung Omnia M, sunny Lumia news, et tu Siri?

    Here are my favorite Windows Phone stories of the week. What about you? Drop me a comment and let me know what’s on your mind. Samsung launching Omnia M in Europe Samsung has been busy lately. On Monday they unveiled the Focus 2, a $50 Windows Phone headed to AT&T on May 20 (check out...
  • Blog Post: Spend the night with Windows Phone

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  • Blog Post: First Look: AT&T’s new HTC TITAN, Samsung Focus S and Samsung Focus Flash

    Just a few minutes ago at the All Things D Asia conference, Windows Phone President Andy Lees gave the world its first look at AT&T’s new lineup of new Windows Phones. We talked speeds and feeds on the blog a few weeks ago, but that’s only one reason why you want the new HTC Titan, Samsung Focus...
  • Blog Post: Samsung v.1.4 update now live

    Hello again.  As I mentioned yesterday, we have been working to expedite the scheduling of the AT&T Samsung Focus v.1.4 update.  I am happy to report updates are being delivered now for this phone.  Please connect your Samsung Focus v.1.4 to your PC to update your phone.   ...
  • Blog Post: This is the Samsung ATIV S, the first of many amazing Windows Phone 8 devices coming this year

    Today at IFA in Berlin, Samsung lifted the curtain on its first Windows Phone 8 device, the ATIV S. This is just the first in a big lineup of new hardware that’s coming with Windows Phone 8, but it’s a seriously impressive opening salvo. Samsung built the ATIV S with the latest and greatest technology...
  • Blog Post: Today we’re showing Mission Viejo why Windows Phone is simply faster

    19-0! That was Windows Phone’s record against the competition in the $100 challenge that we hosted yesterday at the South Coast Microsoft Store .  It was a great day of challenges – we took on iPhone 4 and 4s’s and a host of the latest Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy Skyrocket, Samsung Galaxy...