Nokia debuts Lumia 900

CES 2012 has given birth to a new device, this time by Nokia, called Nokia Lumia 900.

The device was demonstrated by Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop on stage and attracted plenty of interest by consumers.

The new leading Nokia smartphone is based on Windows Phone and supports LTE over AT&T’s network in the USA. Hardware specs include a 1.4 GHz processor, 512 MB of RAM, an 8-megapixel rear camera with Carl Zeiss lens f2.2/28mm and a 4.3-inch AMOLED display. There’s also a front facing camera – this time with 1 megapixel sensitivity and f2.4 lens that also allows video conferencing through the built-in Tango application.

Nokia Lumia 900

In the USA the new Nokia Lumia 900 will be supported by a huge advertising campaign and unique application offerings. “You’ll see us push forward with sales and marketing,” said Elop, before announcing ESPN, CNN and Nokia Drive apps for the Lumia 900.

Pricing is not known as of now but the Nokia 900 will be commercially available in the next few months in cyan and black colors.


Source: The Verge

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