Jan 212012

Nokia’s new Windows 7 phone, Lumina 900 was on display at CES 2012. It was present for demo for a short time only, yet many were able to get their hands on it and give it a test run.  Nokia has gone full force partnering with Microsoft in making Windows 7 phones and many are saying that this could be Nokia’s comeback in the States helping them compete against iPhone and Android based phones.

Nokia Lumina 900 features

Nokia Lumina 900 will become Nokia’s next flagship phone, featuring countless number of improvements over Lumina 800.

It has an 4.3″ AMOLED screen, larger than Lumina 800 with an resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. It has an 1 MP front camera for video calling and an 8 MP back camera with Carl Zeisis optics and dual LED flash light. Coming to power, it packs an 1850 mAH battery with 7 hours of talk time and 300hrs on standby, a great powerhouse to keep it running throughout the day. It has 14.5 GB of internal memory and using Skydrive, you can have cloud storage and syncing of stuff like iCloud or Amazon’s Cloud.  Skydrive however is far more flexible and gives you 20GB of free storage which is far more than any of the competing cloud platforms.


  1. Qualcomm APQ8055 + MDM9200 (WCDMA) 1.4 Ghz CPU
  2. Features
    • Gyroscope
    • Micro SIM
    • Flight Mode
    • 2 Microphones
    • 3D Accelerometer
    • Proximity sensor
    • Magnetometer Sensor
    • Ambient light sensor
  3. WLAN features
    • WEP
    • WPA
    • 802.11b/g/n
    • WPA2-Personal
    • WPA-Enterprise
  4. OS: Windows Phone Release 7.5 – Mango Commercial Release 2 (Mango + LTE)

Nokia Lumina is an extremely beautiful and extremely powerful phone by nokia that is capable of outbeating it’s best Andriod counterparts, Nokia hopes to capture the mobile phone market back from HTC and Apple with more breathtaking Windows Phone’s. Nokia Lumina 900 will be available in the United States through AT&T only.


Official Video

  • Windows 7 is my favorite window and I really glad to know that now it is available in lumina 900. Socially Responsible Products

  • Windows 7 is my favorite win and I feel so happy to know that now it available in lumina 900 its great.


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  • if you have to choose between nokia and iphone 4s lumina900 which one would you choose? I want to buy a new mobile phone but I can not decide.

    • AgeekGirl

      Lumina Vaporware.. The 18th came and went and No Lumina 900 from Nokia… Just another way to tick off potential customers and loose market.
      Several commercial entities are reported to have waited until March 18th and when the phone did not produce itself, (Surprise.. Isn’t this how Nokia blew it sales several years ago with other vaporphones)  have re-up’d their two year contracts with different models. Leaking a date to hype up marketing and failing to follow through with that date is the best way to lose loyalty and potential customers. You would have thought Nokia would have learned its lesson by now but obviously it did not…. Now all these geeks *me included) that had to have a new phone and held out with superglue, duct tape, or older models snagged up from ebay as temp devices were left with no other choice but to re-up their contracts with different phones. Way to lose customer loyalty and a potential comeback in to the market Nokia…. Fail. SO Nokia, at the least before you cause yourself more damage and humiliation, push an official press release to announce launch date before you push away more potential customers..
      What should have been your reclaim to fame is not in the IT world being looked at as how will Nokia handle this damage control from this new disaster….
      The glory is over, and the vaporware phone damage for the phone that did not release on reported dates falters and damage control begins… Nokia, listen, You have completely turned off a large group of potential customers, and the longer you hold private, the real release date (if there is even a Lumina 900 to be sold, who knows at this point) the more customers and potential buyers you will lose…..
      Not following through with touted release dates, does not make smartphone users WANT to wait longer. It makes them resentful and makes them want to immediately switch product brands.. Apparently Nokia still hasn’t figured that out….