The upcoming Nokia Lumia 900 for AT&T joined the list of smartphones to get the teardown treatment. This time it was TechRepublic, who first got a peek inside the polycarbonate unibody and treated us to a bunch of photos of its internals.
There were little surprises to be found inside the Nokia Lumia 900 - the 1.4GHz Scorpion CPU, 512MB of RAM and the 16GB of storage were sitting alongside the 1830 mAh battery and the Qualcomm MDM9200 3G/4G radio chip. The touchscreen controller was found to be Atmel mXT224, while the local radios (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and FM) were delivered by a Broadcom BCM4329 unit.
You can find the full gallery of the Nokia Lumia 900 teardown by following the source link below.
that makes no sense wp7 used to run on 1ghz now on 1.4 its even better what do you want? a smooth, bug free phone or a phone with good benchmark scores? its up to you in the end
WP7 might be faster and smoother..that is because it works w/ minimum hardware limitations. take that OS out and put it on a high end phone w/ maximum hardware specs(which is becoming the norms right now) and you'll find WP7 encounters a lot more iss...
and pray tell me how can we translate it to real life applications?