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Lumia 900, Nokia’s High-End Windows Phone, Coming to AT&T

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Nokia’s latest Windows Phone will arrive after making a big splash at CES 2012

By BVN Staff

Nokia received much fanfare after debuting one of the most talked about smartphones to take the stage at this year’s annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas – and it may arrive at AT&T around this Spring.

The Lumia 900 is the latest in a string of Windows Phones Nokia has released. Earlier this month, T-Mobile began selling the Lumia 710, the Lumia 900’s sibling with mid-range hardware. The Lumia 800, a higher-powered phone compared with the 710, was released in the U.K. last year. Details on when the Lumia 900 will be released by AT&T are sketchy though some reports point to the Lumia 900 coming to AT&T in March.

It will be interesting to see how Nokia will take on the growing competition from heavy-hitters in the market such as Apple and Samsung. After debuting at CES, it appears the Lumia 900 is poised to attract the attention the Windows Phone platform could use.

From the outside, it looks like Nokia definitely got it right. The Lumia 900 fashions a sleek, stylish body that looks mainstream, yet still unique.

It’s unclear if the Lumia 900 is intended to be the flagship Windows Phone in Nokia’s line up, but the handset boasts impressive – and competitive – specs so far.

The Lumia 900 has a 4.3-inch AMOLED ClearBlack display, 1.4 GHz processor, front-facing 1-megapixel camera for video calling, and is expected to operate on AT&T’s LTE network.

No word yet on how much the Lumia 900 will cost, but hopefully it’s enough to allow the Lumia 900 to shine in a market full of Apple and Android.

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