Nokia - Nokia are about to remind the competition why they have been around for a rather long time. The Nokia Lumia 900 looks to be the start a line of competitive Windows Phone handsets from Microsoft’s partnership with Nokia. They are back, and firing at all fronts. This is one of two of their seriously competitive handsets they will launching this month.
Do you remember when you looked at a Nokia phone and thought, “this is really cool”. The most popular game used to be Snakes and you could get about 12 or 13 songs in your handset. One reason Nokia handset owners have remained loyal to Nokia is due to their excellent mastery of call management functionality whilst accusations of “poor antenna” have plagued some manufacturers.
Continuing in this connectivity tradition the Nokia Lumia 900 4G Windows Phone has been as usual finished to a very high quality standard with its 4.3 inch AMOLED display covered in Live Tiles.
Windows Mango has integrated Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn which makes it a very social-able handset. Another good bit of news is the front facing camera and an 8 Mega pixel rear camera for those Skype or Tango calls. Storage is also very competitive at 16GB internal memory with cloud services integrated for heavy storage users.
With unified mail you are able to combine multiple accounts into one with Office 365 thrown in for good measure. Its powered by a 1.4 GHz Snapdragon processor and offers a number of connectivity features like Bluetooth, WiFi and USB all included.
Batter life seems OK with 8 hours video playback or 60 hours music.
Available in three colours Red, Cyan, White, and Black.
There are rumors already flying around that the technology that has been used to make the 41 megapixel Nokia Pureview 808 will eventually make it to future Windows Phone handsets.