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AT&T has just announced its first Windows Mango phones, and along with the previously leaked HTC Titan, they've also got a couple of intriguing new devices from Samsung.

The Samsung Focus S is an update to last year's Focus in name, but the phone is actually all new inside and out. It's got a larger, 4.3 in screen but is thinner at just 8.55 millimeters. Internally the device is much-improved as well, with a 1.4 ghz dual core processor, 4G data speeds and an 8 megapixel camera (1.3 megs around front).

Additionally, AT&T and Samsung will expand on the Focus brand with the Focus Flash, a smaller version of the phone aimed at the value market. The Flash is rocking a 3.7 in screen and a 5 megapixel shooter with the same processor as its larger brother.

AT&T, which is the largest purveyor of Windows Phones in the states, will be bringing the Mango update to last year's crop (The HD7, HTC Surround LG Quantum and original Focus) as well.

No official press photos for the new devices have yet been released, but above is an unreleased Samsung Mango device with similar specs that Microsoft showed off this summer

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