By Introducing the Lumia 900, Nokia is effectively bringing a larger, 4G LTE, version of their Lumia 800 to the market. It has just about all the qualities of its predecessor, but the larger size changes the user experience slightly, and the battery life seems to be better out of the box.

The Nokia Lumia 900 builds on the new industrial introduced by the Nokia N9 which uses a single bloc of polycarbonate that effectively becomes a cradle for the rest of the phone. This makes it extremely resistant to shocks, while giving it a soft texture. The question is: are you ready to try Windows Phone? (more…) By Ubergizmo.
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  1. Romester, you better read up a little more, the 900 is going for about 17,500-18,000 THB, and smokes iPhones speed. w 16Gig mem and dual processors, I believe your talking about some of the best hardware out there to date. New apps coming daily but these phones are out selling Apple in teh same 6 month period when iphone started and 20%+ more downloads the apple per month now. I you were smart and use your phone for more then games, you better get the Lumia 900 and be the envy of all your co-workers. This is where apple drops market lead over the next 2 years and Windows 8 on Tablets & Phones will be the business leader, games too….

  2. I lost my iPhone 4S weeks ago and I am actually torn between getting this or buy a second 4S unit. I am a fan of the fact that this runs damn smoothly despite of the not-so-high-end hardware. I mean getting a 4S would give me the vast variety of apps, plus the sleekness and smoothness of the OS, however, I somehow think that for the specifications of the Lumia 900, the 27-30K price range is just too high – due to the idea that the processors and all are not top-notch, and the availability of apps are way limited, and apps in the MS marketplace are actually quite pricey.

    The HTC One X also looks promising but knowing Android, it’s fast and smooth during your first few weeks of device usage, and begins to lag once you start filling your phone with contents – this is one reason why I think I am an Android-hater.

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