As expected, Nokia has just announced its first ever 4G LTE touting Windows Phone, the Lumia 900. The handset will be an exclusive to AT&T, and will support the operator’s 4G LTE network. The Lumia 900 will mark the beginning of Nokia’s big advertising campaign about Windows Phone in the United States.
The Lumia 900 looks similar to its smaller sibling the Lumia 800, but with a few tweaks. Compared to the 3.7-inch screen on the Lumia 800, the 900 comes with a bigger 4.3-inch AMOLED CBD (ClearBlack Display) with the same resolution (WVGA).
Other than this, the Lumia 900 packs in the same 1.4GHz Snapdragon S3 processor, an Adreno 205 GPU, 512MB RAM as the Lumia 800 and quite a few other WP phones. At the back of the phone is an 8MP camera with Carl Zeiss lens and an aperture size of 2.2/2.8.
The Back camera has 28mm wide angle with f2.2 aperture for superb low light photos.
Unlike the Lumia 800, the Lumia 900 will also come with a front-facing videos camera for video calling, which has a F2.4 aperture size. The Lumia 900 also packs in a beefy 1830mAh battery so as to make sure the phone lasts through-out the day on 4G network.
Like the Lumia 800, the 900 will also come with some Nokia exclusive apps like Nokia Drive, ESPN Sports Hub and CNN iReport all optimized for the Lumia, and will remain exclusive to it for 90 days since their availability. Nokia is also working closely with EA on bringing 20 of their titles to Windows Phone, which will first be available for their phones.
As stated earlier, the Lumia 900 will be exclusive to AT& T, Here is the official page for Lumia 900