Today Nokia presented the rumored Nokia Lumia 900. It’s a LTE device with a 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display, and with 2 cameras. The back camera has an f/2.2 apeture lens, and the front camera an f/2.4 apeture lens. Maybe there is videocall support through Skype on the horizon?
It’s using a 1.4GHz processor just as in the Lumia 800, and the memory specifications seems to be the same as well. The body is made of the same slick polycarbonate material used on the Nokia N9 and the Lumia 800, and the Lumia 900 uses the same beautiful design features as well. The device is also sporting a 1830mAh battery to provide good battery life even with the increased screen size.
It seems the Lumia 900 first will be available through AT&T in the US, although no release date has been mentioned in today’s event.The phone will of course come with Nokia Drive and also with a ESPN Sports Hub, along with multiple other tie-in applications. If you are in to getting the latest news, you can for instance get your fix with the CNN iReporter application. The Lumia 900 will be available in Cyan an Magenta, but knowing Nokia, more colours could become available in the future, depending on customer demand.
See video presentation below: