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The Nokia Lumia 900 is 11.4mm thickness and weight 159g, in the front you can find the 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display and in the back the 8 megapixel camera and its LED flash. Since there are no seams or doors there is no way to access the 1830mAh battery or increase the phone's 16GB internal storage with a microSD card.
Easy to use mobile OS.
Great apps included such as Nokia Drive and Mix Radio.
Rogers first LTE capable WP7 phone.
Solid construction and feel.
Call quality is excellent.
One of the best displays on the mobile market.
Windows Phone interface is intuitive.
Super affordable at $99.99 on contract.
4G LTE connectivity.
Canít update the OS software to Windows Phone 8.
Single core CPU no match for dualand quadcore rivals.
WVGA screen resolution does not compare favorably with rivals.
No full HD video recording.
No replaceable battery.
Access to the microSIM card is difficult.
WiFi doesn't see the 5Ghz band.
No syncing of iTunes DRM content, or push email for iCloud and other IMAP accounts.
Limited to 16GB on board storage.
Shoots some average photos & videos.
Tiny gap between the display and the polycarbonate body of the handset easily collects crap like food particles and skin cells.
Windows Phone still missing some apps and features.
Lacks some popular apps from other platforms.
Speaker is a little quiet.
By TechSpot on April 09, 2012
It's hard to understate how impressed I am with the Nokia Lumia 900. The phone's industrial design is impeccable, and it's really the only phone on the same level of the iPhone 4S in this regard...
By Hardware Secrets on September 26, 2012
The Nokia Lumia 900 is a beautiful and powerful smartphone. It has excellent hardware, is tough and reliable. Windows Phone 7.5 didn’t disappoint us. Several features are obviously “inspired” by the iOS present on Apple’s iPhone,...
By CoolSmartphone on September 21, 2012
For the last 2 weeks I have been using a Lumia 900 as my main device, the current Nokia flagship device at least until the Nokia Lumia 920 arrives. The announcement of a new device didn’t make the Lumia any less relevant however as it will still...
By uk.hardware.info on July 27, 2012
The Lumia 900 is an excellent Windows Phone. Actually, together with the smaller Lumia 800 it's the best Windows Phone that's currently out there. The design is a little less attractive than that of Lumia 800, due to the protruding edge around...
By Trusted Reviews on July 20, 2012
The last in the series of Christopher Nolan's Batman movies – the Dark Knight Rises – released in cinemas on July 20 and as a tie in with the movie Nokia has produced a limited edition version of the Lumia 900 called, unsurprisingly, the...
By TechRadar on July 15, 2012
There's a lot on the line for Nokia and Microsoft with the Lumia 900. While one handset isn't going to sink either company, the right one could certainly do wonders for both companies' market (and mind) share, where iOS and Android have...
By TechSmart.co.za on July 12, 2012
Hot on the heels of the Lumia 800 and midrange Lumia 710, comes Nokia’s top of the range Lumia 900, which possesses everything users crave in a smartphone, namely an eye-catching design, intuitive OS and excellent hardware.Like the gorgeous Lumia...
By Gadget Guy Australia on July 05, 2012
Nokia’s Lumia 800 has barely had enough time to sit on store shelves, but the company is already improving upon it, adding a bigger version of the handset designed to compete with the big screen phones like the and . Is this the biggest and best...
By GSMArena on July 04, 2012
Launching a flagship months before a major overhaul of the platform isn't exactly a planning masterstroke. The Nokia Lumia 900 will not get Windows Phone 8 and the news breaking just about when the phone hit the stores is more than just an...
By 3G UK on June 29, 2012
There is no doubt this is a lovely phone with a great operating system and a fantastic screen. But when it costs £450-500, rather than the £300 of the Lumia 800, you’d expect to see far more in the way of changes and improvements. Nor is...
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