Nokia reveals the Lumia 900 at CES 2012
Nokia has revealed the Lumia 900 Windows Phone smartphone at CES 2012, although it looks like it might be US only.
Featuring LTE connectivity and a larger display than the Lumia 800, the Lumia 900 looks pretty good – although it is currently exclusive to US network AT&T.
Nokia Lumia 900, key specs
- 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen
- 480×800 Amoled display
- 8Mp camera
- 1.4GHz single core processor
- Windows Phone Mango OS
- LTE connectivity
Like the other Lumia smartphones from Nokia the 900 includes the Nokia Drive navigation service and exclusive ESPN app, plus exclusive AT&T content.
The 8Mp camera includes Carl Zeiss optics, but when we tested a similar camera on the Lumia 800 we were a little underwhelmed – especially considering Nokia’s great track record with the cameras in its phones.
LTE connectivity is included, although this won’t be supported in the UK until at least 2013, so if the 900 makes its way to the UK expect a non-LTE version.
The 900 does have a larger 4.3-inch screen than the 800, although this has the same resolution – as Windows Phone Mango doesn’t support higher resolutions – stretched over a bigger screen, so it won’t appear as sharp.
So far there’s only plans for Nokia to release the Lumia 900 in the States, but we’ll keep you posted if they decide to bring it to the UK.
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