The good thing about phones in the United States is that the initial purchase can be considered cheaper as compared with the other countries. This is because the telecommunication carriers in the country subsidize the price of the phones in return with the user staying in a contractual plan for at least a year or two. It is also the same in the case of the Nokia Lumia 900.
AT&T is the only carrier that now sells the device at a price of only $99.99 per piece after a two-year contract. The non-commitment pricing on the other hand is at a steep amount of $449.99 which means that you will get a reduction of around $300 with the 2-years contract. So far, AT&T is the only company that has picked up the Lumia 900 to be put in its catalog although there is no telling whether other telecommunication companies will follow suit.
Some of the interesting features available in the Lumia 900 are its ClearBlack AMOLED display which makes it an excellent device to be viewed under bright light. In addition to that, it is the first WP7 device to have 4G LTE support as well. Its 8 megapixel camera will certainly be a handy feature to many as well.