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Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

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SurajS89
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How is Nokia Lumia 900?

i dont know much about this phone but i would be glad if any of you all can give me some brief information about this phone.

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Mobile Emperor
psychomania
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Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

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Here you go: http://www.nokia.com/us-en/products/phone/lumia900/

http://www.developer.nokia.com/Devices/Device_specifications/Lumia_900/

At the moment the Lumia 900 is exclusive to the AT&T network in the US. Plenty of specific information about it can by found by a quick google search.

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Mobile Sensei
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Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

Also: It is not available yet even in the US for AT&T. It will be, according to Nokia, available "in the coming months", which in my guesstimate means earliest June/July.

 

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Mobile Emperor
psychomania
Posts: 28,334

Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

Always the optimist :smileywink:

Supposed to be out in March.
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ejovi
Posts: 99

Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

I should of waited, instead of getting the Lumia 800
Nokia phones (Owned 1999-Now):
5110, 3390, 3520, 6230, 6682, N72, 5800 XM , Lumia 800, Lumia 900 (Currently owned)
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Mobile Emperor
psychomania
Posts: 28,334

Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

Why? Personally I prefer the size and design of the 800. Probably be nearer May/June before a large screened Lumia appears outside of the US.
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ejovi
Posts: 99

Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?


psychomania wrote:
Why? Personally I prefer the size and design of the 800. Probably be nearer May/June before a large screened Lumia appears outside of the US.

front facing camera, 4G, and bigger screen

Nokia phones (Owned 1999-Now):
5110, 3390, 3520, 6230, 6682, N72, 5800 XM , Lumia 800, Lumia 900 (Currently owned)
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Henk2304
Posts: 79

Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

Today I read that release date (AT&T) will be March 18, 2012. Rumors say that after 45 days it will be available from other networks too

http://www.winsupersite.com/blog/supersite-blog-39/windowsphone75/rumor-carriers-sell-nokia-lumia-90...
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Mobile Emperor
psychomania
Posts: 28,334

Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?


ejovi wrote:

front facing camera, 4G, and bigger screen


Fair enough if those features appeal to you. For me 4G is irrelevant as it will be at least another year or even two before my network/country fully supports it. Video calls are of no interest to me and bigger screen is just personal preference.

 

But for someone who is on a 4G network, likes to make video calls and wants a bigger screen the 900 is a better choice than the 800.  It was always obvious that a larger Lumia would come along when the 800 was launched.

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crapr
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Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

waiting in india. . . .
Plz . . . . Tell me when lumia 900 is
launching here in india. . ?
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Mobile Emperor
psychomania
Posts: 28,334

Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

The current Lumia 900 will not be launching in India, as previously stated it is for the US AT&T network only.

Rumours suggest the rest of the world may see a model based on the 900 launched later this year, probably nearer to May or June. No other details are known.
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neile35c
Posts: 41

Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

according to the carphone warehoue it will be released here in june.You can even pre register for one which i have done roll on june,

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jraduga
Posts: 725

Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?


psychomania wrote:
The current Lumia 900 will not be launching in India, as previously stated it is for the US AT&T network only.

Rumours suggest the rest of the world may see a model based on the 900 launched later this year, probably nearer to May or June. No other details are known.


I hope these rumours pan out, in Australia the 4g network has already started to be rolled out several months ago, And in my area they are due to start the roll out in feb, video calls are things I do use, so at the very least it will be very interesting. Unfortunately at this stage we are still waiting for the 800 to be shipped here.

 

So by the time we get the 900 the 4g network will be well under way for all the main parts of the country.

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Henk2304
Posts: 79

Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

I've just seen an announcement for the Lumia 710 from T-Mobile in the USA. They sell it as the first 4G Windows Phone in America!! I was not aware of the 710 being 4G compatible. Wasn't it just the 900 that would support 4G? So might the 800 also become 4G compatible (through firmware update)?

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Mobile Guru
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Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

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Henk2304 wrote:

I've just seen an announcement for the Lumia 710 from T-Mobile in the USA. They sell it as the first 4G Windows Phone in America!! I was not aware of the 710 being 4G compatible. Wasn't it just the 900 that would support 4G? So might the 800 also become 4G compatible (through firmware update)?


What T-Mobile USA call 4G (HSPA+) is not real 4G (LTE). According to their website even the SGS2 is 4G.

 

Typical marketing ploy fitting the US market.

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Registered Member
dannysal
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Re: How is Nokia Lumia 900?

Looking forward to buying the 900. I hope AT&T announces the date soon and I hope it's affordable!
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