The debut of the Nokia Lumia 900 from AT&T was scheduled to come before the end of this month, but that might not happen. An unconfirmed report indicates that the launch of this Windows Phone won’t happen until April.
Nokia said in January that its new flagship smartphone will launch in March, although neither it nor AT&T has been more specific. A rumor pegged the date at March 18, just a bit over a week from today.
However, the wait may actually turn out to be more than another month. Citing unnamed sources, BGR is reporting that AT&T has not yet finished testing the Lumia 900, and it is now scheduled for April 22.
Nokia Lumia 900 Preview
This will be the most advanced model from Nokia since it switched from using the Symbian OS to Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS on its high-end smartphones. It will support AT&T’s nascent 4G LTE network, and a 4.3-inch, 800 x 480 (WVGA), ClearBlack AMOLED display.
It will run Microsoft’s mobile operating system on a 1.4GHz single-core processor, and include an 8MP rear-facing camera with Carl Zeiss optics and a 1MP front-facing camera for videoconferencing. The device will have 16GB of storage and an 1830mAh battery.
Although the price has yet to be officially announced, unconfirmed reports indicate that the Lumia 900 is going to sell for $100 with a two-year contract. That’s lower than many similar models.