Nokia and Microsoft are betting big on the Lumia 900, hoping the device will help make a name for Windows Phone in the United States. The handset will be exclusively offered by AT&T for a mere $99.99 with a new two-year agreement on April 8th. TechRepublic on Tuesday cracked open the device and examined its internal components. The conclusion: mediocre hardware is the reasons for its low price.
If you had asked me what price point the Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone handset would retail for (on contract) here in the United States, I would have said $199.99... Read Post
While market share for Windows Phone 7 isn’t the greatest, Microsoft is looking to change that. In a partnership with Nokia, the company showed off the Nokia Lumia 900 which also happens to be the first Windows Phone with 4G LTE cap... Read Post