Inside you've a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 512MB of RAM, 1GB of ROM, and 8GB of flash storage. The screen is Samsung's well-loved Super AMOLED (the exact same you discover during the Galaxy S phones), and of course is capacitive multitouch. The device also has that Five megapixel camera with LED flash, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, including a GPS chip. We take in a little difficulty on the reality how the device only has 8GB of storage -- Samsung has boasted within the reality that in contrast to other WP7 devices, the Focus includes a microSD slot, but it doesn't exactly work as you'd expect.
One big gripe we now have on the Focus is its smaller internal storage capacity. In this day and age, limiting users to 8GB is just not enough. We filled the onboard flash with our very first sync, and we think others will have the exact same experience. Now weirdly, Samsung claims you may actually use the SD slot on this device (something no other OEM's are talking about -- a feature that Microsoft expressly told us would not happen). How that may be done, however, ends up like a bit of the mystery.