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Gustav Christensson
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3.4
Gustav Christensson

"The Only Windows Phone That Can Compete With An iPhone."

The Nokia Lumia 900 is the best Windows Phone by far, featuring a great big screen, a simple operating system, a good camera and a good sound quality. (That part could be better).

But the phone does has one major limitation:

If you live in the North America, the phone will support 4G LTE, and you can get it on a 2-year Contract with AT&T for 99$. In Europe, the device goes up to HSPA, and I had to pay $610.27 to get it. Fortunately, I saved a little, because the full price for the non-contract phone seemed $732.57.

Overall, if you live in the U.S., you could choose this phone to replace an iPhone, which would truly work. In that case, this phone would be totally fantastic!

But if you live somewhere else, like in Europe, Asia or Africa; consider your options: If you're paying unlocked, you can get all the full functionality (including 500,000 more available apps) on the leading iPhone by paying a little more for it.

So, summing up, this phone is mostly made for American markets, but it will still preserve most of it's functionality in Europe. There's nothing wrong with the phone, except for the occasional GPS failure in some areas, but the design, the big screen, the cheaper price and the OS made me choose this instead of an iPhone.


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The Nokia Lumia 900 is a beautifully designed device, and it's the most excited I've been about a mobile device launch since the HTC EVO 4G in 2010. To date, most Windows Phones have been relatively boring, toned-down "sibling" versions of other devices; a testament to the fact that Android-heavy OEMs don't see a lot of return on investment yet.  But Nokia's different.  The Finnish manufacturer has staked their reputation on Windows Phone, and given the state of the company... more...

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