During the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas today, Nokia revealed the Lumia 900, the first 4G LTE Windows Phone designed specifically for the North American market. During the announcement, Nokia stressed the camera quality of the Lumia 900.
“It’s the first one built for and designed for the North American market. As relates to pricing, our intention is to enter the U.S. market with the Lumia 900 aggressively,” Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop stated during the show.
The Nokia Lumia 900 has a 4.3 inch Amoled screen and Carl Zeiss optics on the camera. The phone’s body is made of polycarbonate and will be available in blue and black models.
The camera quality was stressed during the announcement. Nokia made it clear that the Lumia 900 has a 28 millimeter focal length, which allows for a better picture quality. The Lumia 900 also contains a front-facing camera for those who like using Skype.Further reading: CES2012, Nokia, Windows Phone 7