I am back with not-so-great-news, guys. We had all been impatiently awaiting the entry of the Nokia Lumia 900, which was originally rumored to hit the market in mid-March. However, things are quite different now, since we will have to wait much longer. The latest information is that the arrival date of this smartphone has been postponed to April 11. What a pity, is it not?
The Lumia 900 will be introduced by AT&T and it will include 4G LTE (that, of course, is one of the main reasons why we look forward to it so much!) connectivity, for a price of just $99.99, along with a two-year contract. Apparently, this delay is caused by AT&T’s final stages of technical testing approval.
For those not in the know, here is more information about the Nokia Lumia 900. This wonderfully stylish smartphone is encased within a polycarbonate unibody housing and runs a 1.4GHz single-core processor and includes a 4.3-inch AMOLED touchscreen display, 1.3MP front-facing camera, 8MP rear-facing camera with Carl Zeiss lenses and dual LED flash, and 16GB of built-in storage.
It is too bad this delay has taken place just when it did. Now we have to wait and wait for this beauty. However, maybe it is all for the best, as they say. Apple is all set for releasing its latest iPad on March 16. Had the Lumia 900 hit the market as per the previous date, which was supposedly March 18, the chances are that it would have hardly received the attention it so deserves….