johnlove, 04 Jan 2012Can I use regular sized sim? I hate microsim.yes, especially when you take it in and out every 30 minutes... lolrotf
I thought the Lumia 800 looked nice on video but when you actually have it in hand, the edges feel rather sharp. Not really a fan of the design anymore...
and yes, it would be good if they bring out the lumia 900 with 1gb of ram!
Omar Mohamed, 04 Jan 2012It's not what I am waiting from nokia. I think nokia should innovate more. at least they sho... moreyes, but look at the other 1080p phones.. the nokia n8 is recording in 720p and it is better in video recording then all of the other phones!
theres is a korean or im not sure about the origin or country of the new release phone,the rumors it has a 2.4ghz. justsaying.4.5 touch screen WXGA 1280 X 800 TFT lcd,dynamic 3d sound sennheiser,franklin planner, wifi direct.
so out of billions name in the world they choose Ace? isn't it rings a bell? Samsung Galaxy Ace everyone?
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2012So you are saying that even though you own only mid-level android phones you some how can tell... moreYou are right.. high end Android phones does not lag....I am owning a RAZR for 1 month now and it does not lag at all...
but on the other perspective, these devices have huuuge amount of power under the bonnet, like dual core A9, 1 gig of ram and high powered GPU....
but my old N8 which is powered by a dismal 680Mhz processor and 256MB of RAM does not lag also(I am running Leaked BELLE)....but it is Symbian, which is resource handling master......
I was a Nokia-Symbian fan but not the Nokia-WP, but I hope they can sell well, atleast when Apple is selling the Iphone with lower specs and people are buying it at absurd prices....
Stop it! Stop making it bigger! We dont need 4.3 inches big screen! I had SGS2 for one month in my hands with the same big screen and its almost immpossible to write text message in one hand!!!
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2012I've used a Lumia 800 phone and the experience is much much bettered compared with high end du... moreSo you are saying that even though you own only mid-level android phones you some how can tell that high end android devices which you don't own lags? Furthermore you mention on an update that aside from the Galaxy Nexus, no other phone, not even Cyanogen has released for. So how can you comment on ICS when you don't own a high end phone so owning the Galaxy Nexus is out of the question and its impossible for you to use a custom rom as no group has released it yet, and the only ones out are so far alphas. The extremes that WP7 and Nokia fanboys go to praise their crappy devices and OS that saw a decline in market share.
bayu, 04 Jan 2012some of the few fanboy that i respect.. I don't own an iPhone, i don't hate them, i own an ... moreThank you for your comments. Like I said credit due for an excellent device from Nokia, plus the WP 7 is like I have said superb. I bought mine in Singapore, cheaper than the iPhone. The Camera and Pictures on the screen is just superb, but I guess Nokia will now make efforts to go for the Hi-line models, mid and low line , giving everyone a chance to enjoy WP7. I remember laughing at S. Ballmer of MS in an interview, he said WP7 will change the way we look at smartphones, now the future for the WP7 is scary , what else they can do. Good luck Pal and lets see others use it and enjoy.
Does it come with Xenon or is it just another wasted opportunity for Nokia?
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2012Why the heck is AT&T getting all the best phones? (excluding the Galaxy Nexus)who said this is 'best' ?
This could have the HTC Titan's problem - WP7 doesn't support high-res screens, so with a screen this size the ppi might end up low...
Ideally Nokia Lumia 900 is expected to have front-facing camera, bigger screen, atleast a gig af RAM, more applications. We know that Windows mobile 7.5 is very good, but apart from this, we require those specifications as well to compete in the smartphone market.
It's not what I am waiting from nokia.
I think nokia should innovate more.
at least they should make their high end device record at 1080p.
AnonD-36723, 04 Jan 2012because theyre GSM phonesactually it's because AT&T has the money to spend to make agreements with manufacturers. If you haven't noticed, Verizon is also set to receive the Lumia 900, with or without LTE we don't know at this point. Verizon has some pretty good handsets, namely the Droid Razr, HTC Rezound, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, and more.