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16th April 2014
Option to remotely wipe data coming in July 2015.
11th April 2014 – 1 comment
Rob Kerr sets sail with Nokia’s latest flagship.
9th April 2014
Last piece of jigsaw as Nokia buyout set to complete later this month.
4th April 2014
Finns’ flagship gets a going-over.
2nd April 2014
Another day, another new flagship phone.
26th March 2014
Event promises to reveal slew of new devices.
The gorgeous Lumia 900 combines a massive touchscreen, tons of amazing apps and games, a brilliant camera and masses of storage in a crisp and cool package. All of which means that Nokia's third Windows Phone could also be its best.
At the heart of this terrific handset is a standout 4.3-inch AMOLED screen, fashioned from robust Gorilla Glass. Teaming ClearBlack display technology with densely packed pixels, it delivers the kind of pin-sharp, crisp images that make watching it a real pleasure to watch video and surf the web on the go.
Need a phone that's got photos covered too? Relax, the Lumia 900 has got you covered. The on board eight megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus and dual LED flash takes terrific snaps and lush video every time. And there's a secondary, 1.3 megapixel VGA camera here too for video calls
And that's not all. Featuring an up to the minute version of the colourful, modern Windows Phone operating system, the Lumia 900's homescreen positively buzzes with information you're interested in, messages and more.
Plus, because this is a Nokia Windows phone, you also get some great and completely exclusive navigation and music services too. Nokia Drive is so good at route-finding, you'll be able to throw away your dedicated satellite navigation device forever.
Other features of the Lumia 900 take in a single-core 1.4GHz processor to keep everything ticking over smoothly, 16GB of internal memory and a choice of thousands of apps and games from the Windows Marketplace applications store and access to the Xbox Live gaming service.