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Samsung ATIV S - Technical Specifications And Links To Resources


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Samsung’s New Windows 8 Innovator

Samsung’s new ATIV S smart phone is great for work and entertainment featuring the new Windows Phone 8 experience.
• Windows Phone 8
• 8 MP Auto Focus Camera with LED Flash and 1.9MP video camera
• 16GB of internal memory, all available

Features
• SkyDrive – Get 7GB of free storage with SkyDrive and automatically backup your photos, videos, Office files and more
• Built for business – Microsoft Office built-in, device encryption and management
• HD Super AMOLED display – stunningly clear and bright viewing experience
• NFC – Sharing Features Tap+Send with NFC (and BT/Wi-Fi)
• 1.5GHz dual-core processor

Specs
• Battery (estimated) – 10 hours talk time, 600 hours standby
• Memory – 16GB + 1GB RAM, Up to 64GB external memory
• Weight – 135g
• Size – 70.5mm wide/137.2mm high/8.7mm deep
• Screen – 121.9mm diagonal


Content Note: This post has been enabled by Telecom NZ , but the thoughts are the blogger's own. Find out more about the Nokia Lumia 920 here you can find our more about Windows 8 on the Telecom Network here. Scoop TechLab is a project of Scoop Independent Media www.scoop.co.nz. It is edited by Scoop Editor Alastair Thompson.

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