Nokia Lumia 900 To Hit The Market On April 08th At Just $100: [Report]

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Windows Phone based “Nokia Lumia 900” was rewarded as “Best of CES” for all Smartphone at MWC, Barcelona, this year. It might be a good news for Lumia 900 fans that the company is going to launch the awaited Smartphone on April 8 at just $99.99. In this way, Nokia Lumia 900 will be the first Windows based Phone in the world which will offer 4G LTE. However, the company has claimed to provide largest 4G LTE selection on AT&T services. We might say that Lumia 900 is another mementos of Nokia-Microsoft marriage occurred last year.

Senior vice president of devices at At&T Mobility—Jeff Bradley—said, “AT&T and Nokia’s relationship spans many years and we’re thrilled to introduce their first 4G LTE Windows Phone only for our customers. The Lumia 900 is impeccably designed with clean lines and a camera that rivals stand-alone digital cameras on the market today.  Combine that with the people-first Windows Phone experience and our4G LTE network – the nations’ largest 4G network – and it’s clear that this is one of the best phones customers can find.”

There are lots of features that the new Windows Phone is possessing such as 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display screen, a 1.4GHZ processor, 4G LTE and Windows Phone 7.5 operating System.

If we considered the negative prospects of the Nokia’s new Smartphone that software ecosystem has presently created fierce competition across the world—I think, which might be a greatest hurdle for the mobile industry’s growth. At present, both Microsoft and Nokia are starving in apps number, and definitely, Android and iOS platform have extensively wooed a large population of folks worldwide.

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In order to contend, iOS and Android platforms, Microsoft and Nokia have launched a new program –App Campus–to attract the attention of emerging developers.   In association with Aalto University, Finland, the companies have invested $12 million each—that will fund developers at the university who build apps for Windows Phone and other Nokia platforms. Indeed, Microsoft currently seems more aggressive to clinch a vast numbers of folks and its recent “Smoked by Windows Phone” campaign will definitely support the company for acquiring market share.

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