Nokia Lumia 900 Specs Review
0. phoneArena posted on 14 Feb 2012, 04:57
Back at CES, we had the pleasure to go up close and personal with the Nokia Lumia 900 – a promising Windows Phone device bound for AT&T. What makes it promising you ask? Well, it has catchy looks, potent hardware, and it is among the first LTE-capable Windows Phone devices...
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1. henrickrw posted on 14 Feb 2012, 05:13 7
Resolution is not always the key factor. This handset looks great.
2. EarnYourLeather posted on 14 Feb 2012, 05:20 1
I would consider 16GB, with no expansion capability, outdated for the smartphone market. Also no usb mass storage? I didn't know that was a convention for windows phones, but I don't understand why people aren't ardently pushing for it. What, is it using windows media sync or something?
9. -box- posted on 14 Feb 2012, 14:39 2
Apple's highest selling phones are 16GB models.
WindowsPhone comes with 25GB of free storage via Microsoft SkyDrive.
Onboard storage isn't as important anymore thanks to the cloud, and also the ability of storing unused files on an external source
Granted, I very much love having MicroSD cards to move my stuff from one phone to the other without syncing, but if it lowers the cost of purchase and/or ownership, I'm for it
3. bayhuy posted on 14 Feb 2012, 06:03 3
HTC Titan(s) are still the best Windows phones on the market...
4. Jericho posted on 14 Feb 2012, 06:18 0
i aint gonna buy this phone(hate nokia) but i wouldn't say that it is a bad phone.
I am waiting for samsung focus s variant omnia s.
I can't get it why are the pictures of lumia 900 so dull on your shots while the other's have great saturated colors.
6. shadez10 posted on 14 Feb 2012, 09:32 4
when choosing a WP7 handset.. ill go for nokia... great hardware and they make very durable devices...
in my own opinion nokia has the best line up of WP handsets...
(and lets wait for more)
7. snowgator posted on 14 Feb 2012, 09:33 1
At 99$, this is going to be a wonderful option. Nokia wants back in the marketplace here in the US, and Microsoft needs a hit to put pressure on Verizon and Sprint to support WP. The 900 is certainly under some pressure to be a hit.
10. ReturningToNokia posted on 14 Feb 2012, 15:07 2
$99 is the rumoured price. Don't get your hopes up :)
8. Striker posted on 14 Feb 2012, 14:30 3
Excellent phone with great OS from a great company! Go Nokia and MS!
12. gkquiambao posted on 14 Feb 2012, 19:34 0
i find Windows Phone and Nokia more and more boring everyday.