The Nokia Lumia 900 4G LTE Head’s to Ma’Bell
It has been three months since Nokia made their WP7 aspirations official overseas and now it looks to be time to take its chances in the American market. Last year Nokia teamed up with Microsoft’s WP7 mobile OS in a move that surprised many. The companies joined forces to push out some amazing new phones. With the announcements of the Lumia series devices all anyone (me) wanted to know is when they will be available stateside. It seems that Nokia was waiting until the highly visible CES convention to break the news! And the news has been broke!
Late last year Nokia brought the mid ranged Lumia 710 to the states via T-mobile and now it is the Lumia 900’s turn. When first announced the world the Lumia 800 was an impressive variation of the infamous N9. The Lumia 900 is an improved 800 and ready for At&t’s LTE network. Are you still with me? Good, because this Lumia 900 is impressive. While the Lumia 900 is very similar to the aforementioned devices, the 900 can do something the others cannot! 4G. The Lumia 900 sports a 4.3 inch AMOLED ClearBlack display that provides a seemingly perfect 480×800 pixel resolution. Internally WP7.5 aka Mango, gets its ‘go’ from a 1.4 Ghz single core Snapdragon processor, that is helped along by an internal GPU, 512MB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. Around back the Lumia 900 sports a Carl Zeiss 8 mega pixel camera, a large F2.2 aperture and a wide 28 mm focal length. The camera also sports “double wide mode” that will add more width to your shot. This same camera can record video in 720p at 30 frames per second. Up front a 1.3 mega pixel camera with a larger aperture and focal length also reside. Of course you can also expect Bluetooth version 2.1 + ED, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, mobile hotspot and a micro USB 2.0 connectivity. The Nokia Lumia 900 shell is made of a high quality polycarbonate plastic and weighs in at a mere 5.6 ounces. The Lumia 900 will be made available in the coming months in a flat black or cyan color’s on At&t’s 4G LTE network.
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