Nokia’s CEO, Stephen Elop said that “With Lumia, our interest has been to establish a series of beachheads in this war of ecosystems… there is much more we can do in this battle, especially here in North America.”
The 900 is the 3rd device in Nokia’s Lumia portfolio, subsequent the Lumia 800 overseas, and the lately released Lumia 710 for T-Mobile.
Though the Lumia 710 was met with mainly lukewarm reviews, the Lumia 900 is more like a blend of the better-received Lumia 800 and the Nokia N9.
The Lumia 900 features a 4.3-inch, AMOLED Clear Black display with a resolution of 480 x 800, the largest screen on a Lumia device thus far. It’s powered by a 1.4GHz processor and features an 1830 mAh battery.
The Lumia 900 is Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, 8 MP AF camera with Carl Zeiss optics and 1 MP front facing camera.
The Lumia will be available in black and cyan. No pricing or accessibility details have been released so far, other than AT&T will offer the Lumia 900 in the coming months.