Review: Nokia Lumia 900 for AT&T
The Nokia Lumia 900 is the best overall device I've seen from Nokia in years. It doesn't hit every nail on the head, but it's a strong framework on which I hope to see Nokia build further.
The 900 really gets the basics right: it has great hardware, an excellent display, solid signal/voice performance, and the battery even manages to impress for a 4G device. The only limitation I saw in the hardware was the camera, which simply isn't as good as it needs to be to compete with other flagship devices in the market.
On the software side, Nokia didn't do much to spruce up Windows Phone, but it is a capable platform that takes a different approach from Android and iOS. It is speedy, efficient, just not as customizable as Android.
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