Nokia Lumia 900 review | Introduction
Nokia Lumia 900 review
T he Finish telecom company Nokia introduced the Lumia smartphone series at the end of 2011. Now, a year and a half later, four different Nokia Lumia smartphones are available: the Lumia 610, Lumia 710, Lumia 800, and the Lumia 900. All Nokia Lumia smartphones run on the Microsoft Windows Phone operating system. The Nokia Lumia 900 is the most advanced smartphone from the series and runs on Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. The Nokia 900 has a sleek design and is equipped with a 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display, a 1,4Ghz single-core processor and an 8 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens. We took the Nokia 900 for an extensive practice test. Our Nokia Lumia 900 review is found below.
Nokia 900 smartphone review
4.3" AMOLED Touch screen - 16GB memory - 8.0 MP digital camera - WiFi
Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone
Nokia Lumia 900 phone design
When you open the packaging of the Nokia Lumia 900, you see the smartphone right away. The Nokia 900 has a neat polycarbonate body made from one peace. The phone feels pretty massive with a weight of 160 grams, but the phone is comfortable to handle. The front is dominated by the clear 4.3-inch AMOLED display. The back also feels pretty sleek, with the exception of the digital camera. Next to the Nokia emblem, there is a clear reference to the high-quality Carl Zeiss Tessar lens.
Nokia Lumia 900 test
Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone
You can turn on the Windows Phone by pushing one of the four buttons on the right side. The Nokia 900’s start screen is familiar to those that have had a Lumia phone in their hands before. Nokia uses Tiles, and these tile icons can be moved around to any position on the start screen. One start screen runs downwards. Newly installed applications are added automatically to the Nokia Lumia 900’s start screen. The Nokia Tiles are simple and clear.