Finnish phone maker Nokia unveiled that the Nokia Lumia 900 will be heading to AT&T with the 4G Network using Windows Phone OS. Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said “At first glance the phone looks sleek and progressive on the outside. On the inside not only is it built on Windows Phone, it’s the first real Windows Phone designed for the American market” say during the CES at the Las Vegas conference.
Design of the Lumia 900 will be same as the current version in additionally there will be AT&T branding in right of micphone or in the rear. Lumia 900 also built the same processor with 1.4GHz and the current Mobile OS Windows Phone 7.5, Nokia has promises that the produces of the brighter display without battery life trouble. On the rear, there’s a yet-unspecified Carl Zeiss camera, alongside the addition of a front-facing video-call camera and with other features include Nokia Drive GPS, exclusive ESPN and CNN apps, and a 1830mAh battery, Nokia will be promising about the release of details for AT&T but immediately there have no details found for Nokia Lumia 900 likely we are looking forward to get the latest update from Nokia.