Nokia Lumia 900 Review

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In this article, I give you my quick review of the Nokia Lumia 900 mobile phone with specs included. At CES, Nokia unveiled its new phone – the Lumia 900. It is the first Windows Phone smartphone designed specifically for the US market, but it has quickly spread to the rest of the world.

The Lumia 900, according to what could be seen and read from this premiere, offers a lot of improvements compared to the Lumia 800 model. The first of these is the larger screen, which is 0.6 inches larger than the older model.

So, the new Lumia 900 has an AMOLED Clear Black screen with a diagonal of 4.3 inches, which according to some skeptics could affect the somewhat shorter “holding” of the battery, but that is by no means the case here.

The aforementioned display uses state-of-the-art technology that allows bright brightness not to reflect on battery life. For those who are so skeptical about the capacity of any battery on touchscreen models, there is information that Nokia has predicted a battery of as much as 1,830 mAh, which is 25% more capacity than the Lumia 800, which had a battery of 1,450 mAh. That’s enough for some 7 hours of conversation, which is quite ok.

The screen itself is great. Ok, most of us will first take a look at its resolution and see that it says 480 × 800 pixels, which certainly does not match the range of this phone, but Nokia’s idea was not to put as many pixels as possible, but that the screen is resistant to damage (Corning Gorilla Glass), so-called “Multitouching” and to be well seen in daylight.

After all, a sufficiently untrained eye on all those powerful pixels will not even notice this lack of dots on the screen, but it will certainly be satisfied with its daily use in various conditions.

What Nokia fans have long wanted, the Finnish company is fulfilling. It is a 1.3 MP front camera for video calls (which even has a triple digital zoom), and what is definitely better than its resolution is the large shooting angle, so that the user will be able to include the person next to him in the video. conversation.

As for the main camera, Nokia has opted for the extra quality of 8MP with Carl Zeiss optics, which should be quite enough for everyday shooting, but more than that. In addition, this camera is able to take shots in 720p quality. Options such as autofocus, auto-tagging, video stabilization, and more are also available.

The Lumia 900 runs the same operating system (Windows Phone 7.5 Mango) as its predecessor, and one of the main qualities of this phone in terms of the software will be the People Hub option that will allow the user easy access and organization of contacts and established social networks.

The applications are pretty well done, so there won’t be any overwhelming need to download additional software enhancements from the internet. At the same time, Microsoft has promised that it will soon release about twenty games from the famous manufacturer EA, which will not be available for Android or iOS. is an affiliate. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
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