It was only a matter of time that AT&T drop the price of thein a move that's great for consumers and perhaps not so good for Nokia.
Starting today, the Lumia 900 costs just $49.99 with a new two-year service agreement, down from its already-inexpensive $99.99 price tag when the smartphone first debuted in April.
The Lumia 900 has a terrific 4.3-inch screen, LTE speeds, and an 8-megapixel camera. It also runs Windows Phone 7.5, and like all other existing Windows phones, willto this fall. The significant price drop is surely intended to sweeten the deal for consumers who are on the fence about whether they need an multi-core Windows Phone or feel fine with a fast-enough single-core processor.
Nokia is also pushing the upcoming experiences that the Lumia family of phones will still get, including Windows Phone 7.8, with a(video), plus Nokia-only features, like DLNA support, new camera effects, and Zynga games like Words with Friends and Draw Something.
AT&T stores will carry the blue, white, and black versions of the Lumia 900. Customers can order theonline.