Nokia's Stephen Elop has taken the stage at the CES 2012 keynote and announced the third device in the Lumia portfolio: the Nokia Lumia 900.
Singing from a near identical hymn sheet to the Lumia 800 and the N9 in respects to product design, only bigger. The same polycarbonate design is back; but the 900 has some rather impressive specs for it's America-exclusive debut:
- 4.3" Clearblack AMOLED display
- 1.4 GhZ CPU
- 8MP camera with wide Karl Zeiss f2.2/28 lense
- 1830 mAh battery (should be good for a day of charge)
- Front facing camera
It will also come with it's unique set of apps that emerge from their partnerships with ESPN, CNN and EA, matched with LTE speeds on AT&T. No date has been firmly set, except for we can expect to see the Lumia 900 in "the coming months."