Nokia Lumia 900 Available For Pre-Order In The US: [REPORT]

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Indeed, it’s a great news for Nokia Lumia 900 enthusiast who are eagerly waiting to get their hand on Windows Phone based device, which is available for pre-order. As we previously informed that Nokia decided to launch the device on April 08th this year for the carrier AT&T in the US. The price is kept almost $100 for folks in the US on the AT&T , however, Walmart is offering the device at the half rate –$49.99–with two year of agreement.

Nokia Lumia 900 will support 4G/LTE and Internet Explorer 9, 1.4 GHZ Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, integrated Facebook, Twitter with Windows Phone UI, 16 GB internal memory, SkyDrive cloud storage, Xbox Live, Office 365, Zung, Bing Maps,  Local Scout and flexible capability with access to 60,000+ applications via Windows Marketplace. In addition to these features, the Phone will also have vibrant 4.3″ ClearBlack AMOLED display screen, 8 MP auto-focus camera w/Dual LED Flash, Carl Zeiss optics and HD video recording, 1 MP front-facing camera, larger, long lasting, non-removable 1830 mAh battery, Free Nokia Drive turn-by-turn navigation via download and Windows Phone 7.5 OS. Besides, the model will also include some accessories like USB charger, connectivity cable, SIM Tray Toll and Quick Start.

As far as concern with designing and features, Nokia Lumia 900 is awesome, and it will really provide a great Smartphone experiences over 4G connectivity to users. Presently, the company is also expecting much more from the Phone–because the company has decided to go with Windows Phone platform rather than its own Symbian OS. Anyway, when do you get your hand on Nokia Lumia 900?



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