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AT&T to sell Lumia 900 for $100

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 26 Mar 2012 18:50 User comments (2)

AT&T to sell Lumia 900 for $100 AT&T has finally confirmed it will be selling the flagship Nokia Lumia 900 for just $100.
The device will be released on April 8th in the U.S. Nokia said the phone is the first to be designed specifically for the North American market.

With 2-year contract, the Lumia 900 will sell for just $100, well below the price of other 4G LTE smartphones, which sell for $200 with contract on AT&T and up to $300 with contract on Verizon. The Lumia 900 is also the first LTE Windows Phone smartphone to reach the States.

Black and blue models will go up for sale at launch, while a white model will go on sale on April 22nd. Pre-orders begin on Friday.

Says AT&T: "Consider Lumia 900 as Nokia's triumphant return to the U.S. smartphone market."

The Lumia 900 has 4.3-inch AMOLED display, 1.4GHz single-core processor, Nokia's ClearBlack technology, LTE support, an 1830 mAh battery, 512MB RAM, 16GB internal storage and an 8MP Carl Zeiss camera with large aperture (F2.2) and wide angle focal length (28mm). The phone also has a 1MP front facing camera.

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2 user comments

126.3.2012 21:25

Is it going to have the first Atom processor?

227.3.2012 1:00

Even if there wasn't a hugely expensive contract to go with it, at 100$ it would still be hugely overpriced. Not many people would take one even for free.

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