HTC Titan II and Nokia 900 Lumia: WP7 Mango LTE smartphone for AT&T


The Lumia 900 "Ace". Previously codenamed Eloko, this smartphone is predicted to develop into the spearhead of telephones outfitted with Home windows Telephone 7.5 "Mango". If the keynote opening CES Steve Ballmer was once lethal boring, regarded in advertisements for AT&T has been referred to: it should be stated that it was once accompanied by means of the discharge of telephones anticipated through enthusiasts Home windows Telephone 7. Lumia The Nokia 900, first, is the American model of Nokia and 4G LTE Lumia 800 which brought about a sensation 


The specifications are quite engaging with a screen about 4.3 inches, 512MB ofRAM, a photo sensor 8 megapixels and a 1830 mAh battery. The novelty comes fromthe addition of a camera crane which was lacking in the previous model, the 800Lumia, and especially the support of 4G LTE.

It has a screen 4.3 "AMOLED 800×480 pixels, 1.4 GHz processor, 512 MB ​​of RAM and 16 GB of storage. Nokia has added a forehead sensor 1 MP, in addition to the sensor 8 MP / 720p on the back. There are Windows Phone 7.5, now in its ability to support Release 2 devices such as 4G LTE Lumia 900. 800 The Lumia, compatible 3G will be available in the U.S. in the coming months.

AT&T also introduced the HTC Titan II , a smartphone with a screen 4.7 "800×480 pixels, again under Windows Phone 7.5 R2 and therefore compatible 4G LTE. We could talk about his Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 1.5 GHz S2, but HTC is primarily to highlight the 16 MP sensor of the camera phone.


The number may seem impressive, but remember that we put more pixels on a sensor the same constant, the more they are small, and performance in difficult conditions are bad. It will have to wait the first extensive testing to see if this sensor is up to the words of HTC …


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