Nokia’s Lumia 900 is a new high-end smartphone running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango operating system. In addition to the LTE 4G version announced earlier, Nokia is also launching the DC-HSPA variant supporting up to 42Mbps download in regions where LTE is not available. The handset is powered by a Qualcomm 1.4Ghz single-core processor with 512MB of RAM, and comes with 16GB internal memory. In fact, the Lumia 900 is like a Windows Phone version of the company’s Meego-powered N9, featuring the same slim, sleek body.
The Lumis 900 sports a 4.3-inch capacitive AMOLED ClearBlack touchscreen with 800×480 resolution and protected with Gorilla Glass, a 8 Megapixel auto focus camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash, and a 1 Megapixel front camera. It supports Bluetooth 2.1 and WiFi 802.11b/g/n connectivity as well as GPS/AGPS. The phone uses micro SIM, like the iPhone 4 and 4S. It also packs 3D accelerometer, ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, gyroscope and e-compass.
The Nokia Lumia 900 comes in white, black and cyan. It will be released in Q2.