AT&T’s Nokia Lumia 900 Up For Pre-Order At Microsoft Brick and Mortar Stores

Nokia Lumia 900

We’ve been hearing about the Nokia Luma 900 handset for months, but the pricing info and other info on just when the phone will be released are not available yet. According to recently leaked AT&T Q1 2012 roadmap, Lumia 900 should hit the markets on March 18th. The same roadmap has suggested Samsung Galaxy Note handset’s February 18th launch and Samsung has recently announced that AT&T will start selling the Galaxy Note from February 19th and pre-orders will be accepted from February 5th. So, the roadmap leak certainly appears legitimate enough  and we can expect that Lumia 900 will be released around March 18th.

We’ve some good news for those users, who are eagerly looking to get their hands-on Lumia 900 handset. What we’re hearing is a completely unconfirmed, yet mostly believable report that’s been claiming by PocketNow. According to them, if you happen to take a walk to Microsoft brick and mortar Stores, you can pre-order the AT&T branded Nokia Lumia 900 handset. A specific store in Costa Mesa, California, is charging $30 from the users, which will be deducted from the final price of the handset.  So, you can reserve handset either in black or cyan colored variant. Exact price tag info is yet unknown.

Packed in a polycarbonate shell, the Nokia Lumia 900 comes with 4.3-inch ClearBlack display, 1.4Ghz processor, 512MB RAM, 8MP camera on rear side with wide angle, a front-facing camera with light sensitivity, 16GB on-board storage, running Windows Phone 7.5 ‘Mango’ OS plus there is an 1830mAh battery, which is being claimed to provide longer battery life that any other LTE-enabled handsets on the market.

Read: Nokia Lumia 900 Full Specifications.

So if you wanna preorder Nokia Lumia 900, go for it. Here is the full list of Microsoft retail store locations.

Check out our previous articles:

Nokia Lumia 900 Vs. Sony Xperia Ion: Specs Comparison.
Nokia Lumia 800 Vs. Nokia Lumia 900 Vs. Nokia Lumia 710: Specs Comparison.

Via: PocketNow

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