Jan. 9, 2012 at 6:33 PM ET
Nokia is adding a third device to its Lumia family of smartphones — the Lumia 900. The gadget will be a 4G LTE device and it's coming to AT&T's network.
The Lumia 900 is a 4.3-inch device, which happens to look a great deal like the Lumia 800 — except obviously bigger, since the Lumia 800 is a puny 3.7-inch device.
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We're still waiting to hear more about the device's specs, but we've heard whispers it's got a 1.4GHz CPU and 512MB RAM.
Nokia is particularly proud of the Lumia 900's camera. The device offers a snazzy back-facing camera with Carl Zeiss optics (a F2.2 aperture lens with a 28mm focal length). This means that you'll wind up with sharper and clearer photos. Oh, and the front-facing camera is supposedly pretty darn great, too. Nokia hopes you'll use it — and its ability to handle extra wide shots — while video-conferencing using the device's built-in Tango app.
As far as using the device goes, well ... it's a Windows Phone experience with a handful of special Nokia touches such as the The ESPN and Nokia Drive apps.
No specific details about the Lumia 900's availability or pricing are available just yet.
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