Nokia unveiled the newest addition to its Windows Phone Smartphone series at the CES 2012 in Las Vegas, the Lumia 900 which is destined for AT&T later this year. The new flagship Nokia with Windows Phone OS features a one piece polycarbonate frame, a design that was first debuted on the Nokia N9 Smartphone that runs the MeeGo platform. It also comes equipped with a 1830mAh battery built-in that cannot be replaced, with this one-piece design the smartphone is thought to be more durable, thanks to the polycarbonate construction which also gives the handset superior antenna performance.
Other than its durable frame and superior antenna reception, the Lumia 900 is pretty similar to the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 that was announced in late 2011. Like the ones before it, the 900 is powered by the same 1.4GHz single-core processor, it comes equipped with an 8-megapixel camera with a 28mm, f/2.8 Carl Zeiss lens for high-quality image capture, it also suppose HD video recording plus there’s a front-facing camera as well that gets a f/2.4 lens and the ability to record quality content in low-light environment.
The Nokia Lumia 900 also comes pre-loaded with Nokia’s turn-by-turn navigation app called Drive, the ESPN sports app, and a special version of CNN’s iReport app. It offers support for AT&T 4G LTE network and will be offered in two color options; cyan or black. No pricing details nor availability date announced so until there’s more information keep tuned or subscribe to our RSS Feed for updates.
[via Cell Phone Blog]