Here we have a quick little hands-on video for the Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone, recently announced by Nokia at CES 2012. The Lumia 900 is Nokia’s first LTE phone, slated to be released on AT&T’s 4G network in the US.
The Lumia 900, also known by its supposed code name “Ace”, had been rumored ever since the Lumia 800 was announced in the UK. While it doesn’t look the same as the device shown in that official Nokia commercial, the Lumia 900 is still a pretty nice-looking Windows Phone to add to Nokia’s line up.
The Lumia 900 has a 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display, larger than the 3.7-inch display of the Lumia 800 and 710. However, it basically has the same polycarbonate, unibody chassis as the Lumia 800. It has an 8 MP, rear-facing camera with a dual-LED flash, and the ubiquitous (to Nokia phones) Carl Zeiss optics. There’s also a front-facing camera for video conferencing.
Other than that, the Lumia 900 has the typical Metro-style UI of Windows Phone. Nokia did add some exclusive apps — the CNN and ESPN apps, as well as Nokia Drive — to differentiate from other Windows Phones.
Check out our quick look video below from the PEPCOM Digital Experience show floor.