Summary: The Nokia Lumia 900 is the most impressive Nokia Windows Phone to-date but it stills feels hampered by an OS that doesn't allow for much in the way of true power-user status. That said, it's got a cracking battery life, the finish is fantastic and we anyone looking for a big-screen, easy-use phone...
Excerpt: Nokia is in a bind. The company announced more than a year ago that it planned to abandon both Symbian and MeeGo in favor of Windows Phone, the emerging mobile Microsoft platform that is currently still emerging more than two years after it was introduced as “Windows Phone 7 Series” in February...
Summary: The Nokia Lumia 900 is a beautiful and powerful smartphone. It has excellent hardware, is tough and reliable. Windows Phone 7.5 didn’t disappoint us. Several features are obviously “inspired” by the iOS present on Apple’s iPhone, which is not a problem for the user.
Pros: Easy to use, Bright and big screen, Solid and tough, Many apps, Excellent as a social network hub, Great gaming capabilities, Excellent main camera, Frontal camera, 4G support
Cons: No memory card slot, Will not be upgradeable to Windows Phone 8
Conclusion: Summing up the Lumia 900 as a device is pretty easy, it's superficially a beefed up, larger Lumia 800. Spelled out explicitly, the changes are a larger 4.3" SAMOLED+ display with a full RGB stripe, a front facing 720p camera, and LTE connectivity for AT&T.
Summary: Ever since the launch of Nokia’s Lumia 800 WP7-based smartphone not too long ago, many have been clamouring for the launch of its bigger flagship sibling, the Nokia Lumia 900. The Finnish phone maker has since heeded their call, and is finally bringing in the phone to the Malaysian market.
Pros: Good performance, Awesome cameras, Excellent keyboard