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In pictures: Nokia Lumia 900 unboxing

We get our hands on the Nokia Lumia 900, the latest flagship Windows Phone

  • [[artnid:424210|Nokia is preparing to launch]] its flagship [[artnid:416994|Lumia 900 Windows Phone]] in Australia very shortly. Thanks to [[xref:http://www.mobicity.com.au|MobiCity]] we've managed to get our hands on it a little early. Let's take a look!

  • The retail packaging for the Lumia 900. Keep in mind this is an imported package, so the Australian box may differ slightly.

  • The Nokia Lumia 900 uses a small tool to eject the micro-SIM card slot at the top of the phone. It's a very similar system to the [[artnid:404489|iPhone 4S]] and the [[artnid:421149|HTC One X]].

  • Nokia's packaging is very slick, with all documentation inside a black box with "i" printed on the front.

  • Our Lumia 900 is a Canadian model, which appears to be sourced through telco Rogers.

  • Our Lumia 900 package included the charger, a USB cable and headphones. Note the Canadian charger: nothing an Aussie adapter won't fix.

  • The Lumia 900 is basically a larger Lumia 800. It has a large 4.3in screen compared to the much smaller 3.7in panel on the 800, though it uses the same AMOLED display with an identical resolution of 480x800.

  • The Lumia 900 has the same 8-megapixel camera as the Lumia 800, but it includes a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera for video calling, a feature absent from the Lumia 800.

  • The Nokia Lumia 900 differs little from the Lumia 800 when it comes to specifications: it is powered by the same single-core 1.4GHz processor and 512MB of RAM, while it also has the same amount of internal memory, 16GB.

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