We all have already heard alot about this and there were so many, so many rumours on the blogs and tech sites that Nokia is about to introduce another Windows phone after the successful release of the Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710. And today at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES), Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop, finally making it official, has unvieled the much anticipated new Nokia Lumia 900.
The Nokia Lumia 900 is the third Windows Phone in the Nokia’s Lumia range, launched especially for targeting the US smartphone market in a joint venture with Microsoft and AT&T. The phone itself very much looks like the Nokia Lumia 800 and Nokia N9 design wise, but it is slightly bigger in size compared to these phones, and the biggest feature is that it packs a 4G LTE modem for all that high speed internet goodness right on-the-go. With the largest display yet seen on a Nokia (4.3 inch), the Lumia 900 delivers a rich content experience from a phone that still fits easily in your hand.
Another big plus it has is the battery. Often you’d expect a bigger screen means that the battery will be sucked up. But the Nokia Lumia 900 offers exceptional battery performance with its 1830mAH battery, which will last for about 7hrs talk-time and upto 300hrs on standby.
Though, the Lumia 900 is not very much different compared to the Lumia 800 when it comes to the specs, but lets see what the Nokia Lumia 900 offers you on paper:-
1). 5.03 inch H, 2.7 inch W, 5.6 ounces weight.
2). Dedicated keys- Camera key, volume keys, Power/Lock key, Windows UI keys.
3). 4.3 inches, 800*480 pixels, AMOLED ClearBlack Capacitive touchscreen with Corning Gorilla Glass.
4). WiFi, Micro USB, Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR, USB 2.0, GPS (A-GPS).
5). GSM 850/900/1800/1900, WCDMA Band V 850, LTE Band 17 (700).
6). Single Core, Qualcomm APQ8055 + MDM9200 (WCDMA), 1400 MHz CPU, 512 MB RAM.
7). 14.5 GB Mass memory (no slot for Micro-SD card).
8). BP-6EW 1830 mAH Battery, 7h of talk time and 300h of standby.
9). 60h of Music Playback and 6.5h of Video Playback.
10). Bing Maps, AT&T Navigator, Tango video calls, Nokia Maps & Drive.
11). Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS (Mango + LTE).
12). PDF, Word, Excel, OneNote, PowerPoint.
13). 8MP, F2.2, Primary Camera with 720p HD recording at 30fps.
14). 1MP, F2.4, Secondary Camera with 480p recording at 30fps.
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There are tons of Hands-on videos that came up after the announcement of the Nokia Lumia 900. Some of them are given below:-
1). Official Hands-on by Nokia
2). The Verge
4). The Nokia Blog