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AT&T Nokia Lumia 900 Mango 4G hits 1 million in sales and now with new lower price

Nokia Lumia 900 Mango 4G hits 1 million in sales and now with new lower price

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The Nokia Lumia 900 4G smartphone that offers an alternative to the Android operating system immediately sold out of its initial stock in 24 to 48 hours at many locations around the United States. That handset launched on April 8 exclusive to the AT&T 4G LTE wireless network, and in little more than six weeks has already registered more than 1 million units sold. Recently the Nokia Lumia 900 4G was lowered in retail price to $39 for new customers with a standard two-year activation and data plan.

Buy the Black Nokia Lumia 900 4G for only $9.99 if your an existing AT&T customer, or $39 for any color if your a new customer.

The handset is one of the first smartphones running a Windows operating system to deliver LTE capabilities. Housing a speedy processor and Nokia’s largest display ever built for a smartphone, the Nokia Lumia 900 4G also boasts the most up-to-date Windows Phone 7.5 Mango operating system. And for you closet shutterbugs, a special Carl Zeiss optics package has been added to the camcorder on the back of the handset, delivering such unique features as double wide mode, allowing for extra width in your video and still shots.

The 4.30 inch AMOLED display renders visuals in more than 16 million colors and 217 pixels per inch, delivering an overall display resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. The handset is navigated with multitouch gestures, and a layer of scratch resistant Gorilla Glass overlays the screen. The 1,830 mA battery on board delivers 7.0 hours of talk time from a single charge.

Buy the Nokia Lumia 900 4G starting as little as $9.99 for existing customers.

Powering the handset is a Qualcomm APQ8055 Snapdragon microchip suite, including a 1.4 GHz Scorpion central processor and graphics dedicated Adreno 205 chip. The handset also delivers 16 GB of built-in, user accessible storage and RAM system memory stands at 512 MB. The 8.0 megapixel camcorder mentioned above comes equipped with a dual LED flash, autofocus, video stabilizing, exposure control, Geo tagging and touch to focus features. There is also a front facing 1.3 megapixel chat cam, and the Nokia Lumia 900 comes with a built-in FM radio. YouTube, Flickr, Picasa and Twitter social media applications are present out-of-the-box. The handset is available in your choice of Matte Black, Cyan or White. Active noise cancellation is integrated into the dedicated mic, and this allows for voice memo recording, hands-free voice call capability and other voice commands.

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Comments

  1. Interestingly, you cared enough to comment. Me, I like Windows Phone, so that’s what I’m buying. If you don’t like it, don’t buy one. Either way, don’t be a douche about it.

  2. Selling just 1 million in 6-7 weeks is a weak performance by brand new Lumia 900. I dont think Nokia can make any profit from this phone as it was offered free and selling at just few bucks. I think Microsoft wants to increase WP shares at Nokia’s cost.

    Samsung Galaxy S3 has got more than 10 million pre-orders! Unbelievable!!

  3. When Lumia 900 was released in USA, it was holiday and nobody turned into to buy it. How come it went out of stock within 24 hours? Do they maintain a stock of just 10 pieces?

    Also, selling 1 million in 7 weeks is a ridiculous, given that the phone was FREE for first 15 days! It is possible that most of the sales would have been done during first 15 days when the phone was offered FREE. You know what it was offered FREE ? Lumia 900 came with a data connection BUG!

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