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Nokia joined a cavalcade of other press conferences the day before CES began to formally unveil the Nokia Lumia 900 for AT&T.
Besides packing in a ton of high-end features, the Lumia 900 also offers a sleek and stunning design that builds on the company's earlier Lumia models. Windows Phone 7 Mango is onboard, and I liked the how solid the phone feels in the hand.
Thanks to its gorgeous 4.3-inch AMOLED display, the Lumia 900 outshines the 3.7-inch screen on the Lumia 800.
The main menu has the standard Windows Phone 7 design, with apps organized alphabetically.
The lens for the 8-megapixel camera and the dual-LED flash sit in the center of the phone's backside. The surface has a smooth, comfortable finish.
A close look at the shooter shows the Carl Zeiss lens, F2.2 aperture, and the 28mm focal length.
Besides black, the Lumia 9100 also comes in a bright cyan color.
Inside the camera app you have one-touch access to top controls like the digital zoom and the various settings.
On the front is a second camera for self-portraits and video calling.
Physical controls on the trim phone are limited to the volume rocker, power control, and camera shutter on the right spine.
On the top end of the Lumia 900 are the 3.5mm headset jack, the SIM card slot, and the Micro-USB charger port.
Down the phone's bottom end you'll find a speaker.
The Lumia 900 will offer a number of apps including a mobile version of ESPN content and programming.
You'll also get CNN stories and videos, though we were unable to view them on the prototype model.