The Nokia Lumina 900 Brings the Brand into the Smart Phone World

By: Sarah Moore - Published: Apr 5, 2012 • References: nokia & huffingtonpost
Anyone old enough to have owned a cell phone as large and heavy as a brick will be relieved to know that the new Nokia Lumina 900 is not as Zack Morris-esque as the brand's previous phones.

The company's flagship smartphone runs on the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango Operating System which, despite being a new player in the game, is an extremely user-friendly, simple-to-use interface.

Sporting a 4.3" touchscreen that has been manufactured to perform well in bright sunlight (a common issue with large touchscreen phones) the phone is still a bit heavy compared to other major players in the smart phone game. However, the phone also boasts blazing fast Internet speeds and impressive core functionality (emailing, calling, etc.)

While the Nokia Lumina 900 doesn't come pre-loaded with the classic game Snake, it is a valiant first effort for company's first smart phone and has brought the company into the new generation of phones. Stats for Cell Company Comebacks Trending: Older & Chilly
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