In this gallery we offer an illustrated tour of the global variant of the Nokia Lumia 900, which goes on sale at the end of the week. The global variant features DC-HSPA connectivity in place of the US version's LTE connectivity. As well as looking at the key hardware features, we also show some of the differences from the Lumia 800 and include a number of comparison photos with other Windows Phone devices.
This gallery features the ZTE Orbit, the second Windows Phone device from the Chinese manufacturer. It uses the new lower specification requirements for Windows Phone (7x27 processor, 256MB RAM). While no price has beenn officially announced, it is likely to be one of the cheapest Windows Phone devices on the market. The demo device was an early prototype, which was reflected in its overall build quality.
This gallery gives you a closer look at the global version of the Nokia Lumia 900. The Lumia 900 will be available in three colours white, black and cyan and will be available in Q2 at a cost of €480 (£400 / $630) before taxes and subsidies. It is Nokia's flagship Windows Phone device; the global variant features DC-HSPA connectivity in place of the US version's LTE connectivity.
This gallery showcases Nokia's recently announced Lumia 610. Nokia's cheapest Windows Phone smartphone comes in four different colours: white, black, cyan and magenta and will be available in Q2 at a cost of €189 (£158 / $248) before taxes and subsidies. It is the first Windows Phone device to take advantage of the platform's new lower specification requirements by using a Qualcomm 7227A Snapdragon S1 processor running at 800 MHz, accompanied by 256MB of RAM.
Our Nokia World 2011 gallery contains photos captured, live, from Nokia's biggest event of the year. We aim to give you an inside view into what's going on: from new devices and services announcements in the keynotes, to the latest demos on the show floor. This gallery will be updated through out the two days of Nokia World by the All About team.