Lumia 900 is the first Nokia Smartphone designed specifically for the US market, this phone was launched at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on the AT&T network exclusively (atleast for a few months). Nokia have finally built a 4.3 inch device, the Lumia 900. Lumia 900 launched for sale in the US market. This phone features a 4.3 inch Amoled ClearBlack display on the 4G LTE technology and is not only thinner than its predecessor the Lumia 800 with 0.45 inches, but it pocesses a front facing camera for video calls, albeit a 1 megapixel one. The back camera is an 8 mp Carl Zeiss camera with a dual led flash. Has an 1830 mAH battery. Processor is 1.4 GHz, single core. It features a 512 mb RAM and 14.5 GB internal storage, supplemented by Skydive cloud storage-no micro-SD cards slots. The Lumia 900 was launched on the second commercial release of Windows Mango 7.5 which supports LTE(Long Term Evolution).
Some of the value adds on the Lumia 900 out of the box include:
– The AT&T U-verse Mobile** app lets U-verse TV subscribers browse the U-verse TV program guide, schedule and manage their DVR recordings, and watch hit TV shows while on the go. The U-verse Mobile library includes more than 100 TV series and more than 700 TV shows from a variety of genres.
– Nokia Drive, available to download from Windows Phone Marketplace, provides free voice-guided, turn-by-turn navigation with a dedicated in-car user interface that turns the Nokia Lumia 900 into a GPS navigation device.
– The exclusive ESPN sports hub is pre-loaded on Nokia Lumia smartphones, and provides a one-stop sports application for news, videos and scores.
– The CNN App for Windows Phones provides the latest news and video from CNN’s reporting around the globe and direct access to iReport, CNN’s participatory news community. Launching globally for free in the next month, the CNN App will be exclusive to Nokia users for 90 days.
– The Univision App will be exclusive to Nokia Lumia users in the U.S. and Puerto Rico for 18 months, delivering unique and exclusive Spanish-language content experiences, including Univision entertainment, sports and soccer coverage, plus news, cooking and local content for different U.S. markets – all in one App.
– A partnership with EA to bring over 20 of the world’s most popular games to the Windows Phone marketplace, coming first to Nokia Lumia devices.