From the good folks at The Verge, here’s a great review of the Samsung Ativ S, running Windows Phone 8.  It has the same 4.8 inch display as the Samsung Galaxy S3 and a 1.9-megapixel forward facing camera. Samsung used a 1280 x 720 PenTile AMOLED display, which is not as good as those of the Lumia 920 and HTC 8X LCD 2...

frameborder=”0″> This is a great review of the Windows Phone 8-based Samsung ATIV S, courtesy of Engadget. It is remarkable for its similarity to the Galaxy S III. It shares the same 4.8-inch screen, Snapdragon S4 processor, cameras and design traits as Samsung’s flagship smartphone. It is a capable phone, in the mold...

The Verge have done a review of the Samsung ATIV S phone. They seem to be a fan of this device. I actually saw this one up close and personal at BUILD 2012 and I can tell you it wasn’t all that great. At least not compared to the HTC 8x. Once again, I have been shocked by the ATIV line of hardware. While the innards...

Samsung fans interested in Windows Phone over Android have pretty much had two option as of late. The first option is to jump ship to Nokia or HTC. The second, is to put up with their Windows Phone 7 Samsung handset a little longer and pray that the Samsung ATIV S eventually arrives like promised. The good news is...

When it comes to Windows Phone 8, the new ecosystem seems to be taking off rather well. The biggest selling handset is the Nokia Lumia 920, but many of the others seem to be seeing pretty decent success so far as well. That said, the truth is that there are really a pretty limited number of handsets on the market...

When it comes to Windows Phone 8 handsets, you pretty much have two brand choices: Nokia and HTC. Soon that will change though, as the Samsung Ativ S, Huawei Ascend W1 and Huawei Ascend W2 will all preparing to join the fray. Will other brands make their way into the world of Windows Phone 8? Likely yes, but the only...

I take a rough look at the Samsung ATIV S Phone, Nokia Lumia 820 and 920 and the HTC 8x. This is from the BUILD 2012 conference:

BUILD conference 2012. I got an opportunity to check out the new Samsung ATIV S Windows Phone. It’s nice but the back of that phone just doesn’t work for me…