Thursday, May 31, 2012

Samsung Focus 2 Windows Phone Gives a Great Performance in Office Document Work

samsung focus 2 windows phone
Nokia Lumia 900 kicked Windows Phones into the stratosphere by bringing 4G LTE into the mix with the platform, and soon after that, HTC brought to the table its offering in the Titan II. Now, Samsung Focus 2 arrives, bringing the Korean based company up to snuff. It's priced at just $50 dollars on a two-year commitment.

Samsung Focus® 2 combines the power and speed of the AT&T 4G LTE* network, the simplicity and ease of Windows® Phone 7.5, and a stunning 4-inch Super AMOLED™ display. Focus 2 helps you stay organized and connected with Microsoft® Outlook® Mobile, Office Mobile, and Microsoft Lync®.** Windows Phone 7.5 offers deep integration with popular social networking apps, personalized Live Tiles for quick status updates, a linked inbox that integrates multiple email accounts, and hands-free messaging. Plus, the rear-facing 5 MP camera and VGA front-facing camera enable you to capture quality images, as well as video chat. With Focus 2, you get sleek design and cutting-edge capabilities at an attractive price.

If you’ve got work to do, you’ve got the right phone. With the Focus 2, Office Mobile lets you edit all your work documents on the go, thanks to Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, PowerPoint Mobile, OneNote Mobile and Outlook Mobile. And Microsoft® SharePoint® makes it easy for you to work with others, whether they’re across the hall or around the world. Best of all, the entire suite is compatible with the desktop versions, and it’s exactly how you’re used to working. You’ll never miss a beat – or a deadline.

At the same time, PowerPoint Mobile doesn't support all the features that are found in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. If a presentation has content that's not supported, you can still open the presentation on your phone. The unsupported content won't be displayed or will be displayed differently, and you might not be able to edit the presentation. To view PowerPoint documents with more elements, such as background music, embedded video, and other animations, PowerPoint Mobile can't help you, but only convert powerpoint to video, keeping everything from Microsoft PowerPoint.

Enjoy your Windows Life!


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