Samsung unveils world's first Windows Phone 8 device-Ativ S

According to the news from CNET, at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (IFA) in Berlin, Samsung Electronics took the wraps off the world's first Windows Phone 8 mobile phones - Ativ S; even earlier than Microsoft's major partner -Nokia.

In the conference held on Wednesday evening, Samsung has launched the world's first Windows Phone 8 mobile phones - Ativ S, which is one part of the whole Windows 8 products. In addition, also smart PC and tablets equipped with Windows8 is available.

The Ativ S features a 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display with 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, also there’s a micro SD card. The back camera reached to 800 million pixels while front camera of 1.9 million pixels. Support for Wi-Fi, NFC, and Bluetooth functionality. Ativ S slim features a slim design, the fuselage is only 0.35 inches, but the battery capacity has reached 2300mAh that should promise longer life.

With Samsung launched the world's first Windows Phone 8 mobile phone and we will see more Windows Phone 8 devices soon. Rumors have said that HTC and Nokia will launched its Windows Phone 8 phones on September 5.

Samsung has become the world's largest mobile phone maker now, but in the battle with Apple in patents, it loss 1.05 billion $. Analysts believe that Samsung and other phonemakers will turn to Microsoft's Windows system from the Android in the future, because Apple did not have patent dispute litigation with Microsoft.

Today Samsung introduced the world's first Windows Phone 8 phones, indicate that Samsung did not put all its "eggs" (smartphones Products) in Android basket, and Samsung  have faith to stay ahead on all platforms.

Samsung beats Nokia to Windows Phone 8 ?

Samsung won Nokia at the battle who first releases the windows phone 8 devices. But it means Samsung beats Nokia to Windows Phone 8? May be it remains to see. At least, the Nokia have confidence that the Samsung is only a warm-up act for Nokia.

What the Nokia will bring to us about Windows Phone 8? It will see on September 5.

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