The Nokia Lumia 900 was announced at CES earlier this week and was said to be coming out on AT&T in the spring. However, Nokia has clarified that with their developers saying it will come in March. Check out the post from Nokia’s latest developer newsletter:
New Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone designed with U.S. in mind
Nokia’s newest smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 900, was introduced this week at the International CES 2012 in Las Vegas by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop. (Watch Elop discuss Nokia’s strategy focusing on the new Nokia Lumia phones running Microsoft Windows Phone during the AT&T Developer Summit that took place at CES.)
The Nokia Lumia 900 phone runs Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5. It is the biggest and fastest smartphone yet. And it will become available exclusively through AT&T in March.
With support from AT&T’s 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) network, the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone will offer high-performance web browsing with Microsoft Internet Explorer Mobile, as well as both video and audio streaming. Other features include a long-lasting battery for all-day use; Nokia App Highlights to recommend key applications; two cameras, including an 8-megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens; a 4.3-inch AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) ClearBlack touch-screen display; and the Nokia Maps and Nokia Drive apps.
During CES, the buzz surrounding the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone was loud. For instance, Wired.com called the phone one of the ’12 Best’ gadgets at CES. And the Nokia booth was consistently mobbed by people eager to see Nokia’s latest smartphone achievement.