Nokia Lumia 900 Gets The Tear Apart Treatment From The FCC


Nokia Lumia 900 Gets The Tear Apart Treatment From The FCC

Nokia Lumia 900 is the flagship of the Windows Phone-powered line-up belonging to the Finnish company. The smartphone was introduced by Stephen Elop, Nokia CEO, at CES 2012. The 4G LTE device is set to debut on the US market at AT&T in March 2012. FCC got their hands on the Nokia Lumia 900 and tore down the WP-powered smartphone in order to see what the Finns have fitted under the unibody case.

Nokia Lumia 900 is a smartphone powered by a 1.4 GHz Scorpion Qualcomm APQ8055 Snapdragon CPU member of the single-core family (due to Windows Phone limitations) helped by a Adreno 205 GPU. The flagship of the Lumia line-up also comes with 512MB of RAM and 16GB storage. You should think twice if 16GB of internal flash memory are enough for your needs as Lumia 900 doesn’t feature a microSD card slot, thus you won’t be able to expand the device’s storage capacity.

Since Nokia Lumia 900 is a premium smartphone it sports a unibody policarbonate case with a 4.3-inch AMOLED display that blends in with the handset’s design. The AMOLED display has 16 million colors and a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, is protected by a Corning Gorilla Glass layer and features Nokia ClearBlack technology.

In terms of connectivity, Lumia 900 has everything it takes to fit in the high-end segment: Bluetooth 2.1, microUSB 2.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and 4G LTE support. The 8 megapixel rear-facing camera with dual-LED, Carl Zeiss optics and autofocus comes with support for HD 720p video recording, while the secondary 1.3 megapixel camera is ideal for video calls.

As you probably know the Nokia flagship comes pre-loaded with Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, as the aforementioned device is the fruit of the Nokia – Microsoft partnership deal that is supposed to help the Finns bite a big chunk of the smartphone market share.

The LTE Nokia Lumia 900 is a smartphone developed for the North American market, while the European version of the Windows Phone device have been announced a couple of days ago at Mobile World Congress 2012 event in Barcelona.

The guys at FCC got their paws on the US version of the device and begun to splay the device into pieces. The result? They were able tell what technology Nokia used for their Lumia 900 Windows Phone Mango smartphone. In case you want to get a quick peek at the parts of the Nokia flagship device you can follow this link that will redirect you to the FCC website that contains a full gallery of the Lumia 900 parts.

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