The Nokia Lumia 900 stole the show at CES this year and next we will see it hit the AT&T stores for just $100. You can actually find it for free from various online vendors and this gorgeous piece of hardware is sure to be a hot seller.
Make sure to check out my full ZDNet Smartphones & Cell Phones blog post with more detailed thoughts and a video walk through of the device.
The basics are included in the box, but there is no wired headset (does anyone ever use those?) and just the basics.
The Nokia Lumia 900 feels good in the hand and is similar in size to most black slab smartphones today.
The 3.5mm headset jack is set way over on the side of the top with the microUSB port in the middle and microSIM card try on the right.
The right side of the Lumia 900 holds the volume buttons, power button, and camera capture button.
The 8 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics is found on the back of the Lumia 900.
The Nokia N9 has a similar design to the Lumia 900, but comes with a 3.9 inch display compared to the 4.3 inch one found on the Lumia 900.
The Lumia 900 is larger than my beloved HTC Radar 4G too.
The Lumia 900 has sleek curves in the black polycarbonate material.
The bottom speaker grill is shown here on the Lumia 900.
The display is vibrant and blacks look wonderful.
Several AT&T apps and utilities are included on the Lumia 900, but they can be removed.
I love customizing my Windows Phone devices with the Live Tiles.
Here is a sample indoor photo of our family dog.
This was taken at the King Street Station in Seattle.
I shot this in auto mode as the train was pulling into the station to pick us up.
My cherry tree is blossoming and it is almost time to mow.
This shot of my house was taken in the late afternoon.
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