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.
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Thanks to its gorgeous 4.3-inch AMOLED display, the Lumia 900 outshines the 3.7-inch screen on the Lumia 800.
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The main menu has the standard Windows Phone 7 design, with apps organized alphabetically.
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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.
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A close look at the shooter shows the Carl Zeiss lens, F2.2 aperture, and the 28mm focal length.
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Besides black, the Lumia 9100 also comes in a bright cyan color.
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Inside the camera app you have one-touch access to top controls like the digital zoom and the various settings.
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On the front is a second camera for self-portraits and video calling.
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Physical controls on the trim phone are limited to the volume rocker, power control, and camera shutter on the right spine.
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On the top end of the Lumia 900 are the 3.5mm headset jack, the SIM card slot, and the Micro-USB charger port.
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Down the phone's bottom end you'll find a speaker.
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The Lumia 900 will offer a number of apps including a mobile version of ESPN content and programming.
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You'll also get CNN stories and videos, though we were unable to view them on the prototype model.