The news of the day is certainly the fact that Nokia Lumia 900 will hit AT&T on April 8th with a $100 price tag. Aside from this incredible price tag, we also have some other interesting news, like the unboxing video below and the walkthrough that follows, for the Lumia 900. This AT&T newcomer is analyzed by Enrique, who gives us a look into its box and then features.


The packaging is styled rather to AT&T’s typical fashion, rather than Nokia’s. Inside the box there’s a micro SIM removal tool, the handset, manuals, a white microUSB cable and a circular wall charger. There’s a front camera on the device, as you can see and the already classic polycarbonate unibody design of the Lumia 800 and N9 is present here, this time coupled with a 4.3 inch display. The sad news here is that this LTE phone doesn’t come with headphones in the package. You can see that the handset also has a camera button, in case you were wondering.

The second video below is more of a showcasing of the Windows Phone operating system, as Enrique takes us on a tour through the interface, the pictures app, messaging features, Marketplace, People hub and the action of setting up the handset with a Windows Live ID. If you’re not familiar with the Nokia Lumia 900, know that the device was introduced early this year at CES 2012, it measures 11.5 mm in thickness, uses a 4.3 inch AMOLED display, 1.4 GHz Scorpion CPU, 16GB of storage, 512MB of RAM and an 8 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics.

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