CES 2012: Nokia Announces Lumia 900

Packs in a 4.3" screen, looks like an overgrown Lumia 800.

 

After a series of leaks and rumours, Nokia has finally announced its Lumia 900 for the US market. The phone has a CNC-milled, polycarbonate unibody similar to that of the Lumia 800. The internals aren't so different either, as the new phone is powered by a 1.4 GHz CPU and has 512 MB of RAM. The camera also continues at 8 MP. What differentiates this gadget from its younger sibling is a relatively larger 4.3" ClearBlack AMOLED screen, and the addition of a 1 MP front-facing camera. Furthermore, the battery has been beefed up to 1830 mAh. The phone has dimensions of 5" (l) x 2.7" (w) x 0.45" (11 mm) (d) and tips the scales at 160 grammes.

The Lumia 900 is the first LTE-enabled (4G) device for the manufacturer as well as the Windows Phone platform. According to Nokia, the device will only be available through AT&T at the time of release. However, the company hasn't given any information on its launch date and pricing.

CES 2012: Nokia Announces Lumia 900


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