The Nokia Lumia 900 is a beautifully designed device, and it’s the most excited I’ve been about a mobile device launch since the HTC EVO 4G in 2010.
To date, most Windows Phones have been relatively boring, toned-down “sibling” versions of other devices; a testament to the fact that Android-heavy OEMs don’t see a lot of return on investment yet. But Nokia’s different. The Finnish manufacturer has staked their reputation on Windows Phone, and given the state of the company over the past few years, it’s a very pricey gamble.
Display – (480 x 800 pixels) 4.3-inch AMOLED display with Nokia’s ClearBlack technology
Processor – 1.4 GHz single-core processor
OS – Mango (7.5)
Camera – 8-megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens
Video – 720p HD video recording
Connectivity – 4G LTE
Memory – 16GB storage, 512 MB RAM
Weight – 160 g
Color – Cyan blue model, Black, Glossy white model Battery – 1,830 mAh battery
Talktime – Up to 7 hours.
Features – 3.5mm Headphone Jack, Micro USB Charging Port & Micro SIM Card slot.
Other Features – Sporting 70,000+ apps namely, The Weather Channel, Fandango, Shazam, BBC News, Adobe Reader, FlightAware, Backgrounds, Rowi (which I prefer the most in the Twitter department), Facebook, and USA Today. If you’re an app hound, this may not be the platform for you – a quick search yielded no results for Words with Friends, Draw Something, and some of the other popular games available today.