Friday, March 30, 2012

Nokia Lumia 900 Available for Pre-Order from AT&T

Nokia Lumia 900If you've been patiently waiting for AT&T's newest Nokia Lumia handheld then your patience has just paid off because the mobile provider has just opened the doors on pre-orders for the Nokia Lumia 900, just ahead of its April 8th release date. If you have been anticipating this device for a while, you can finally reserve your very own Lumia 900, complete with the Windows Phone 7.5 operating system, from AT&T.

In case you haven't been following this device, the Lumia 900 is an AT&T Windows Phone that comes with a ton of features, like 4G LTE, IE9, 4.3" ClearBlack AMOLED screen, 8MP auto-focus camera with dual LED flash, Carl Zeiss optics, HD video recording, 1MP front-facing camera, 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, integrated Facebook and Twitter, 16GB of internal memory, Xbox Live, Office 367, Zune, Bing Maps, Local Scout and a whole host of apps.

Unfortunately, the color options for the Lumia 900 are limited. Customers can choose between a black or cyan outer shell with a white version expected to arrive by April 22 (though that one isn't available for pre-order). A lot of people will be interested in the price, though, as this phone will certainly save you money. If you grab one directly from AT&T, you'll have to shell out a measly $100 and sign a new two-year agreement. However, if you grab one from Walmart, you'll only pay $50. The Walmart deal is only available online though, so don't expect to pick it up in-store.

Oh, I almost left out the best part. If you do happen to pre-order your Nokia Lumia 900 from AT&T, you will receive it on April 6, two full days before it is actually released. The announcement was recently made official on AT&T's website, which should give some users a little more incentive to buy. $100 for a brand new Windows smartphone that you can get two days before everybody else does sounds like a pretty good deal to me.

Source: Engadget - AT&T now accepting Lumia 900 pre-orders, only those seeking cyan or black need apply
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