Monthly Archives: March 2012

Nokia Lumia 900 For Free At AT&T

Nokia, AT&T, Microsoft, Walmart and any third party, who wants to invite consumers’ attention, are coming with an ideal offer that no one will be able to refuse. If you think you know how much will cost the first LTE smartphone with Windows Phone on board, you are in a deep confusion, because instead of your remembered $100, the phone is sold for free to

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the first time consumers at AT&T. This mainly reflects what Nokia has said earlier—they will be aimed at the first time users, and they offer something new, something alternative to the people who want anything more than they could find on Android and iOS.

On the whole, Windows Phone has already proved it is not worse than other operating systems that are leading the smartphone market nowadays. Now it’s Nokia’s turn to say the former king is alive and is fighting for its place under the sun.

Initially it was announced by AT&T the Nokia Lumia

900 will be sold for $99.99 on contract. The off-contract price was set to be $450, which though is not a cheap one, but it’s much less than other high-end smartphones’ prices. Now when the Lumia 900 is offered for free many consumers may change their current network and switch to the second biggest carrier in the US, which has already enlarging its LTE coverage.

If you can’t be a first time user at AT&T, than there is another attractive offer from Walmart that requires $49.99 for the phone, though you must sign a contract.

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AT&T Clarifies Why It Wouldn’t Push Out 8107 WP Update

Current Windows Phone-powered smartphones run different versions of the platform and though the latest version is Mango (the Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh/Tango will be launched on Lumia 610 later), they all differ from each other by build version. For example, the Nokia Lumia 900 will come with 8112 WP build on the board, though there are many smartphones running 8107. Yes, that famous 8107 build, which comes with a disappearing keyboard bug fix, Microsoft security fixes, corrects the white balance on the photos and so on. As a reminder, this version of Windows Phone 7.5 Mango is available in many countries and was pushed out by many carriers. But AT&T refused it and even the carrier has announced it would never roll out this update. The situation requires some clarification, and yup, it’s here.

A spokesperson for AT&T has stated that they have no plans to

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push out a separate update for 8107 fixes, but they are working on a huge update that will include all those enhancements and changes.It will even include the improvements coming with 8112 build. Especially it refers to a visual voicemail support, which has been seen on the Lumia 900.

I have no idea why the carrier has decided to gather all the updates in one place and roll out one massive update instead of several small updates. This may cause some inconvenience, because most likely it will come over-the-air, thus users must find a place offering free WiFi connection and keep the handsets fully charged.

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Nokia Lumia 900 Off-Contract Price At AT&T

Yesterday the second biggest carrier in the States, AT&T announced it will launch the Nokia Lumia 900 on April 8 alongside with the HTC Titan II. The latter will cost $100 more than the Lumia 900. However, these are the prices if you are going to sign two-year contract with it. But as you know Microsoft and Nokia have announced they will be aimed at the first-time users, thus there is a probability the consumers wouldn’t like to sign an agreement with the carrier. So if they decide not to ink a contract with AT&T, it wouldn’t prevent them to buy the Nokia Lumia 900, because the off-contract price is rather attractive too.

The carrier will be getting the pre-orders for both handsets starting March 30, and will ship the phone to their owners on April 8. But the users can visit the nearest AT&T store and buy one of those cyan or black Lumia 900 handsets. Now as for the contract-free price tag, the carrier will charge from your account $449.99. This is the price the carrier that will allow you to use your handset without any responsibility and a certain data plan.

Well, that’s not so bad, as it may seem at the first sight. I mean $450 is not a little money, but when taking into account other high-end smartphones in unlocked form cost $600 and more, we understand the Nokia Lumia 900 is an ideal option. So at the moment I want to ask you whether you are ready to pay so much for the first LTE-enabled smartphone running Windows Phone OS.

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Nokia Lumia 800 vs Lumia 710 Comparison Video

The higher prices, the better features we have—this is an axiom if speaking in mathematical terms. So Nokia being a simple company obeys all the natural rules, thus its high-end products cost much, while the weaker ones have more affordable prices. The same thing we can say about the Nokia Lumia 800, which is a high-end smartphone packed with awesome features, and the Lumia 710, which comes with a less powerful specs list, therefore its price tag is lower. But the difference between these handsets is not only in the prices, and vice versa; the only similarity is not the platform they run on. The video below is the

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As for the Lumia 800, it is packed with a 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen protected with Gorilla Glass and powered by ClearBlack technologies, 16GB of internal memory, 512MB of RAM, a single-core 1.4GHz processor, an 8MP rear camera with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus and dual-LED flash and runs Windows Phone 7.5 Mango.

It junior brother is equipped with a 3.7-inch touchscreen, but this one is a simple LCD (if we can call it so). Other features include 8GB of storage, 512MB of RAM, a 5MP camera with autofocus and LED flash, a single-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz and runs the same WP Mango OS.

As you see both handsets boast of outstanding specs, but the first Nokia Windows Phone handset stands higher.

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