I am quite excited to see that Nokia has developed the Nokia Lumia 900 which was announced not too long ago during CES 2012 yesterday. After going through the specification of the Lumia 900, clearly, there is not much of a difference between the Lumia 800 and Lumia 900 but the beefier Lumia 900 is welcomed by many people.
I am sure that you would also agree with me that the Lumia 900 should have been the Lumia 800 at the first place. It is a pity that at this moment, the Lumia 900 is exclusive to USA's AT&T so there is no word as to whether it will be made available out of the USA. It reminds me of some years ago where Nokia released the Nokia E73 which is exclusive to USA's T-Mobile. Until now, I still can't get hold of one in the UK unless I am willing to import from the USA.
The Lumia 900 is powered by the same cpu which you could find on the Lumia 800. Most of the specifications are the same as the Lumia 800 apart from the larger 4.3" capacitive screen with Clear Black Display. It is also 4G LTE enabled so download and upload should not be a problem at all. Apart from that, the Lumia 900 comes in either 16GB or 32GB version without any possibility of increasing its internal storage with an external memory card. Besides that, the position of the headphone jack and the micro-SIM card slot is slightly different from the Lumia 800. The best upgrade of all is the inclusion of a front facing camera for video calling. I hope that Skype on Windows Phone enabled OS will be able to use video call which is similar to Skype on the iOS and on the Android platform. Perhaps Nokia is moving on to video calling on Skype since Microsoft bought over Skype not too long ago.
Perhaps consumers will get the Lumia 900 if it is made available worldwide and if video calls on Skype is made available on Windows Phone devices.
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