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8th August 2014
Lumia 730 leaked ahead of official release.
7th August 2014
Entry-level and mid-range phones head-up summer sale.
24th July 2014
New budget blower enters the fray.
18th July 2014
So long, Nokia X. We barely knew ye.
18th July 2014
Future handsets will use Windows Phone instead.
16th July 2014 – 2 comments
Is a new design and Windows Phone 8.1 enough to sell the Lumia 930?
The Nokia Lumia 900 takes everything that was brilliant about the outstanding Windows Phone-powered Lumia 800 and adds a larger, gorgeous screen. The result is a handset that may well be Nokia's best ever.
Pick up the Nokia Lumia 900 and the first thing that hits you is its incredible Super AMOLED screen. Packing 480 x 800 pixels into its 4.3-inches and featuring ClearBlack technology, it delivers the crispest video and still images. And because it's fashioned from robust Gorilla Glass, it's shatter-resilient too.
And there's more. The Nokia 900 is a great cameraphone too. With an eight megapixel snapper on board, complete with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus and dual LED flash, it delivers great images on demand. And there's a secondary 1.3 megapixel VGA camera on board too for video calling.
Because this is a Windows Phone handset, it also boasts the vibrant live-tiles based homescreen that positively buzzes with information, messages and more. That means the Lumia 900 is perfect for staying in the loop.
Sweetening the deal are the built-in, exclusive services focussed on music and navigation. Not least the brilliant Nokia Drive that's easily the match for a dedicated sat-nav.
Other features of the Lumia 900 take in a single-core 1.4GHz processor to keep everything ticking over smoothly, 16GB of internal memory, a choice of thousands of apps and games from the Windows Marketplace applications store and access to the Xbox Live gaming service.