Nokia Lumia 900 (Cyan, 16 GB)

Nokia Lumia 900 (Cyan, 16 GB)  (512 MB RAM)

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  • 512 MB RAM | 16 GB ROM |
  • 10.92 cm (4.3 inch) WVGA Display
  • 8MP Rear Camera | 1MP Front Camera
  • 1830 mAh Li-Ion Battery
  • Qualcomm Scorpion Processor

Nokia has brought about its latest high end offering to the smartphone market in the form of the Nokia Lumia 900 which packs in its rectangular frame a large number of extremely smart features. The device comes in a bar form and is run on the Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) OS. The operating system is backed up by an extremely powerful 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Scorpion processor as well as 512 MB of RAM to ensure that applications on the device are run in a smooth and efficient manner.

The display of the Nokia Lumia is an enlarged 4.3-inch AMOLED Capacitive Touch Screen which provides a WVGA resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. The high detail of the display is due to the Adreno 205 graphics processing unit. Additionally, the device also comes with a micro SIM feature.

The phone comes with a powerful 8 megapixel primary camera which is backed up by a dual LED flash so you can click pictures in low light. The primary camera is capable of recording video in HD at a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels for high video clarity. The camera features a 3x digital zoom as well as other useful features such as Carl Zeiss Optics, Geo-tagging and the option of auto and manual exposure. Additionally, the phone comes with a 1 megapixel secondary camera so that you can conduct video calling easily.


The Nokia Lumia 900 is a smart looking and stylishly designed smartphone with a cool rectangular frame. The phone comes in dimensions of 68.5 x 127.8 x 11.5 mm which makes it quite a slim device. The phone weighs in at 160 g which gives you a good feel in the palm of your hand. The screen of the phone is an AMOLED which provides for much better viewing for the user. The display screen is protected by the extremely tough and durable Corning Gorilla Glass and features brightness control to adjust the brightness of the device according to the ambient light. Other sensors included in the phone include a 3D accelerometer, proximity sensor, Compass, Gyroscope and Ambient Light sensor.

Storage and Battery

This Nokia Lumia 900 possesses 16 GB of internal memory and is powered by a durable 1830 mAh Li-Ion battery which promises to provide up to 8 hours of talktime if used on the 2G network and 7 hours of talktime when used on the 3G network. On standby, the device is capable of running for up to 300 hours.

Connectivity and Features

The device is capable of keeping the user connected to the internet at home, work or even on the move. The Nokia Lumia 900 comes packed with GPRS and EDGE technology which will keep you connected to the internet via the 2G network. For a faster browsing experience the device contains HSDPA and HSUPA technology which connect you using the 3G functionality on the phone. Connecting to a wireless network is simple as that would require you to switch on the WiFi capability on the device. Exchanging files and documents from this phone to another device can be done using the Bluetooth functionality or the micro USB port located on the phone.

Additionally, the Nokia Lumia 900 serves as an excellent navigation aid in the form of Nokia Maps or Bing Maps which uses the assisted-GPS functionality of this smartphone. This Nokia device also comes with a music player, video player as well as an FM radio to keep you entertained from anywhere.

Additional features of the device include video stabilization, internet radio and voice input. Social networking Apps such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instant messaging come pre-installed into the phone to keep you connected to family and friends from anywhere. An excellent phone in terms of usability, the Nokia Lumia 900 is definitely a worthy buy.

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In The Box
  • User Guide, USB Charger, Leaflet SIM Door Key, Headset, Data Cable, Handset, Quick Guide
Model Name
  • Lumia 900
  • Cyan
Browse Type
  • Smartphones
SIM Type
  • Single Sim
SAR Value
  • 1.33 W/Kg
Display Features
Display Size
  • 10.92 cm (4.3 inch)
  • 480 x 800 Pixels
Resolution Type
  • WVGA
  • Adreno 205
Display Type
Display Colors
  • 16 M
Other Display Features
  • Corning Gorilla Glass, Brightness Control
Os & Processor Features
Operating System
  • Windows 7.5
Processor Type
  • Qualcomm Scorpion
Primary Clock Speed
  • 1.4 GHz
Operating Frequency
  • GSM - 850, 900, 1800, 1900; UMTS - 2100
Memory & Storage Features
Internal Storage
  • 16 GB
  • 512 MB
Supported Memory Card Type
  • No
Memory Card Slot Type
  • Dedicated Slot
Phone Book Memory
  • Practically Unlimited
Call Log Memory
  • Yes
SMS Memory
  • Yes
Camera Features
Primary Camera Available
  • Yes
Primary Camera
  • 8MP Rear Camera
Primary Camera Features
  • Carl Zeiss Optics, Auto Focus, Geo-tagging, Touch Focus, Auto and Manual Exposure, Auto and Manual White Balance
Secondary Camera Available
  • Yes
Secondary Camera
  • 1MP Front Camera
  • Dual LED
HD Recording
  • Yes
Video Recording
  • Yes
Video Recording Resolution
  • 1280 x 720
Digital Zoom
  • Digital Zoom - 3x
Frame Rate
  • 30 fps
Image Editor
  • Yes
Connectivity Features
Network Type
  • 3G
Supported Networks
  • GSM
Internet Connectivity
  • GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Wi-Fi
  • Yes
3G Speed
  • 42 Mbps HSDPA; 5.76 Mbps HSUPA
  • Yes
Pre-installed Browser
  • Internet Explorer 9
Micro USB Port
  • Yes
Micro USB Version
  • 2
Bluetooth Support
  • Yes
Bluetooth Version
  • 2.1
  • Yes
Wi-Fi Version
  • 802.11 b/g/n
  • No
USB Connectivity
  • Yes
  • Yes
Audio Jack
  • 3.5 mm
Map Support
  • Nokia Maps, Bing Maps
GPS Support
  • Yes
Other Details
  • Yes
Touchscreen Type
  • Capacitive
SIM Size
  • Micro SIM
JAVA Support
  • No
  • No
Voice Input
  • Yes
  • 3D Accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Compass, Gyroscope
Other Features
  • MMS Enabled, Flight Mode, Dedicated Keys, Audio Recorder, Video Stabilization, Internet Radio, Device Startup Security, Calculator, Calendar, Games, Alarm, To-do List, Notes
Important Apps
  • Instant Messaging, Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail, Windows Live
GPS Type
  • A-GPS
Multimedia Features
FM Radio
  • Yes
DLNA Support
  • Yes
Audio Formats
  • MP3, eAAC, WAV
Video Formats
  • VC-1, H.263, AVC, WMV9, H.264, 3GPP, ASF, MPEG4
Battery & Power Features
Battery Capacity
  • 1830 mAh
Battery Type
  • Li-Ion
  • 68.5 mm
  • 127.8 mm
  • 11.5 mm
  • 160 g
Warranty Summary
  • 1 Year for Mobile & 6 Months for Accessories
Ratings & Reviews
226 Ratings &
49 Reviews
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  • 3
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  • 1
  • 73
  • 9
  • 10
  • 12
  • 122

Nokia Missed a trick here

I voted this phone 5 stars Only due to the performance and specifications... but regarding pricing I'm amazed how could it go beyond 30000... Worst case it should sell for 18-20000 or Nokia's old strategy to for for higher price initially and then lower it...maybe 25000..but not 32999 ... Seriously WINDOWS PHONE IS AWESOME ...A WHOLE NEW EVOLUTION .. but Lumia 920 will be out Oct last week ... Wait for it ... That phone is the Best I've ever seen..It beats iPhone 5 ...But people if You want t...

Sambeet Mohapatra

Sep, 2012

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Misinformed people

I would urge everyone to visit nearby Nokia Priority Dealer and use Nokia 800/900 for a while.
What you will realise is that, a phone need not have a quadcore processor. Even with a single core processor you can find a zippy, snappy performance.

[ After the launch of Quadcore based phones, NVIDIA's statement was - there is no real need for quadcore processors in the market ]

Mango OS may not offer you 80-90% customisation like Android does, nor can it give you a VERY strong ecosystem like A...

Aniruddha Mandke

Sep, 2012

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nokia gets its inspiration from bb...........

why would anyone want to buy this phone at this price that too after unveiling wp8........ thanks Nokia for not launching this weeks before wp8....... people could be fooled..........
too bad that many companies are viewing India as a dump yard for their obsolete products.Nokia is the last one would expect in this list

avinash pothu

Sep, 2012

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Truly, the only true Windows Phone 7 Phone

Lumia 900 runs Windows phone 7.5 but sadly, won't get updated to Windows Phone 8. People complain, but what's the point? Windows Phone 8 comes with supoort for hardware changes such as microSD support, nfc, higher screen resolution and all. These changes can't be implemented in older Windows phone devices because they do not have that hardware!
The change that could be implemented i.e., the new start screen, is being implemented via Windows Phone 7.8 update. And Nokia has announced a bunch of...

Kshitij Chauhan

Sep, 2012

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Clearing a few things

First thing: I have not used this phone yet, but I have been using WP7 and WP 7.5 for a year now. I have a Samsung Omnia W. Why should you buy this phone? 1. Windows Phone 8 is not ready yet (rumors are that it has gone to RTM). 2. When it comes to WP in India only Nokia and Samsung are the big players (apart from HTC). 3. Samsung has a bad history of not updating their phone software after release. My Omnia W has not added a single new app in Samsung Zone after I bought the phone, but with N...

Thirumaal Arumugam

Sep, 2012

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Wait for the game-changer 920

Well, this time nokia has just tried to clear their inventory up by dumping this phone in Indian market whereas the much better lumia 920 is just going to be released soon at almost the same pricing and beating all sg-sIII, iphone5 etc. So its a very easy decision to leave it and wait for a while for a better supported WP8 and an all new awesome hardware which demands this one to be half priced now.... Performance wise, it still is a very good phone but not what it is offering...

Abhishek Shukla

Sep, 2012

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Nokia, you're out of your mind!

I'm a Nokia Lumia 800 user and have reviewed it with 5 stars as it is an a great product.

This time Nokia shouldn't have launched the Lumia 900 after it became outdated 2 months ago when Windows 8 was announced. The new Lumia lineup- 820 and 920 have been announced, why launch this phone in one of its most important market in the world!!

Existing Lumia users are already annoyed that there will be no upgrade to Windows 8 and what is Nokia thinking?? They must be out of their mind to launch ...

Fazal Ahamed

Sep, 2012

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Not now....

This is really disappointing that Nokia did not launch this phone during it's peek time but launching to finish the inventory in India.
Users will not be able to upgrade to Windows phone 8. Future apps might not work in this phone.
Wait for Lumia 920 to Launch if you want to buy Lumia.


Sep, 2012

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Beautiful design and amazingly fast

Bought this phone from a Nokia priority store. The phone'd design is amazing with a gorgeous amoled clear black display. The WP 7.5 OS is super fast when compared to my Galaxy S2. I think the Lumia 900 is the best WP 7.5 phone to have.

Karan Thapar

Sep, 2012

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Main disadvantages:
1. Won't get WP 8
2. No USB mass storage (Zune only file management and sync)
3. No native video calls
4. Non-user-replaceable battery
5. No memory card slot (and no 64GB version like the N9)
6. microSIM card slot
7. No native DivX/XviD support, videos have to be transcoded by Zune
Instead have a look at these :
HTC One X • Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III • LG Optimus 4X HD P880

Manav Gogoi

Nov, 2012

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