Nokia has unveiled its latest smartphone at CES 2012. Nokia Lumia 900 which is an improved version over Nokia Lumia 800 doesn’t yet have a price tag on it but given Nokia’s naming convention Lumia 900 will cost more than Lumia 800. Nokia Lumia 900 is powered by Windows Phone 7.5.
Nokia Lumia 900 runs on a 1.4 GHz CPU (no dual core yet), 512 MB RAM (that’s it) and comes with a 4.3 inch AMOLED display (nice). An 8 megapixel Carl Zeiss f2.2/28mm rear camera and a 1 megapixel front-camera with f2.4 lens is present too.
Most importantly Lumia 900 is LTE ready and will be exclusive to AT&T in the US. Front-facing camera which will facilitate video conferencing with Tango application is an improvement over Lumia 800.
As you can see the hardware specifications aren’t that great (as we have seen many Andros with similar specs). Nor there is something new on the mobile OS front as it runs Windows Phone 7.5, something which we have already seen. It’s all about Nokia’s new phones and how they are shaping up.
Lumia 900 is Nokia’s third smartphone (after its burning platform memo) after Lumia 710 and Lumia 800. Let’s wait and hear more about Lumia 900, which I’m sure we will, as Nokia promised a marketing blitz. And by blitz they don’t mean anything small. It could be painting aircrafts or painting the sky this time.
Here’s Nokia Lumia 900 posing for the press :
Via The Verge