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Nokia And AT&T Are About To Launch The Lumia 900, The First Windows Phone You’ll Be Dying To Get

Just ahead of Nokia’s big press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show this afternoon, the company’s biggest surprise has already leaked: the Lumia 900.

PocketNow got its hands on some press shots of the device, which sports a 4.3 inch screen and runs on AT&T’s 4G LTE network.

It’s bigger than its cousin the Lumia 800, which gives it room to pack in a front-facing camera as well.

The Lumia 800 launched in Europe, but seems like it’s never going to land on U.S. shores now that the Lumia 900 is in town.

All you really need to know about the Lumia 900: it’s the first Windows Phone you’re really going to be drooling over. We love the Lumia 800’s industrial design, as well as how well it embodies the heart of the Windows Phone operating system. The 900 will definitely get a massive advertising campaign (something like $200 million is behind it), and will be America’s first taste of the new Nokia.

This also means it’s Nokia and Microsoft’s best hope of doing any damage against Google and Apple.

 

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  1. January 16, 2012 at 6:07 pm

    When I first tried the Nokia Lumina with WP7.5/Mango My first impression was “Wow, that’s quick!” and my second was “The phone AND the OS look great!”. The one thing I didn’t like was the price of 500EUROS… If it was 300EUROS I think it would of been capable of destroying Apple and Google’s market in phones!

  2. January 16, 2012 at 6:17 pm

    Agreed, and i think they should really look into developing lots of useful apps

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