AT&T Nokia Lumia 900 unboxing and OS tour videos surface
posted by Charlene S. / Mar 25, 2012, 11:15 PM
In the first video Enrique takes us through a good old fashion unboxing. As you can see, the packaging looks like it was styled to match AT&T’s portfolio rather than Nokia’s originality. Inside you will find the handset, documentation, a micro SIM removal tool, a white micro USB cord, and a really unique circular wall charger. Some may be disappointed to learn that there are no headphones packaged with this LTE Windows Phone.
The second video is a ten-minute showcase of the OS. Enrique takes us through the first power up and setup with a Windows Live ID. He spends the remainder of the video flipping through the interface and launching various features such as the pictures app, messaging, Marketplace, and people hub.
So, it appears that the AT&T Nokia Lumia 900 is out in the wild. We can only assume and hope that the official launch date will be revealed to us real soon.
source: WPCentral 1 & 2
- Display 4.3" 480 x 800 pixels
- Camera 8 MP / 1.3 MP front
- Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 APQ8055, Single core, 1400 MHz
- Storage 16 GB
- Battery 1830 mAh(8h 3G talk time)
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ummmm i assume you meant release date and not data but who said it doesnt ha date yet??? Last i checked and was confirmed by Nokia is it will be released April 8th online and phone and the 9th in stores
posted on Mar 25, 2012, 11:24 PM 0
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Looking the phone for me looks so boring and outside looks so cheap iknow is beautyful phone but now is alot phones in the market so htc one. And nokia lumia htc one x will be the king bcs windows phones is to late to be in the market i will get th one. Is my. Choice respect other opinios
posted on Mar 26, 2012, 12:24 AM 0
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AT&T really dropped the ball on this. Should have been out in February or earlier in March. Now that so many other next-gen phones are so near I fear Nokia's missed its opening. I HOPE not, but all the carrier b.s. they probably put on it unnecessarily pushed its launch date and may make this a relatively stillborn launch, much like the Galaxy S2 was overshadowed by the iFail 4s' launch days before
posted on Mar 26, 2012, 1:23 AM 4
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Actually Box, I disagree with you, but not for the reasons you may think. Originally, the Apollo update was slated for a mid-Summer 2012 launch. To me, this was great timing: Multi-core, Hi-def screen support, launched about the same time as WP8 for PC's and the Tablet entries to promote the cross platform ecosystem. Coming in Mid-Summer also gave them a chance to slip the next OS version in between the hype of ICS Androids and all the rumors and hype of the next iPhone launch in the late part of 2012. If Microsoft had stuck to that plan, the 900 launching in April would have blown it. Apollo should be gearing up, and with the launch of low end Tango (which will kick off on time as compared to when they said it would) WP could actually be competing for a serious third place world wide in the OS race. The 900 would have been unimportant as better Nokia's were a couple months away. But, Apollo is now a late 2012 launching, probably November. That gives Mango devices about 8 months to try and compete with top end offerings from Android. That puts it in the dead center of any iPhone 5 hype (if Apple sticks to it's rumored schedule). How does WP get momentum? How do they compete with quad-core ICS? Samsung has already said they are going to wait on Apollo for new devices. LG is silent, and will most likely have only a budget offering if one at all. HTC is going to release the Titan 2, but it is just a LTE update, (I think the big camera is just a gimick) and any "new" devices from HTC are Apollo bound. T-Mobiles Nokia is selling well, but Verizon and Sprint are waiting on Apollo as well. I think the 900 should wait until May, than explode with promotion and hype. This is the only device that has a prayer of keeping WP in the minds of consumers until Apollo kicks off. How can it hold up for 8 months? It can't. Maybe 3 to 4 months if it is a great device, which I believe it will be. But it is only on one carrier, and WP needs to start showing sales improvements. I am worried when Apollo does launch, 2012 will be a lost cause.
posted on Mar 26, 2012, 2:06 AM 1
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i want to be excited but ive seen and played with this before actually everyone whos played with a windows device has had this phone..... im waiting to see if they do anything exciting with windows 8 so im not bored out of my mind. "customer: so whats the difference. Associate: this is htc this is nokia customer: oh... "
posted on Mar 26, 2012, 6:44 PM 0
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