White Nokia Lumia 900 available globally

Nokia has announced that the white version of the Lumia 900 smartphone will not be restricted to certain markets only – instead it will be available globally.

Earlier this month the Finnish communications giant erroneously leaked a picture of the white Lumia 900, which was included with the official announcement of the white Nokia Lumia 800. The front camera on the device and the lack of the AT&T logo hinted that Nokia has a white version of the Lumia 900 that won’t be limited to the USA. And all this held true with the official announcement for the Nokia Lumia 900.

Nokia Lumia 900

Specs-wise the new (old) smartphone will be equipped with a 4.3-inch WVGA AMOLED Clear Black Display with fairly low pixel density of 217ppi. Inside the phone the user will find a 1.40 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 512 MB of RAM, 16 GB of native storage, a 8 MP rear auto-focus camera with f/2.2 and a LED flash. Users will also be able to take pics using the front 1.3 MP camera. All this is powered by a 1830 mAh battery.

The Nokia Lumia 900 is also available in black and cyan.


Source: Phonearena

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