If so, then be patient to get your hands on with new Nokia Windows phone named Lumia 900 due in April 2012.
Nokia’s announcement of Lumia 900 drew applaud from all corners as phone is bundled with 1.4 GHz Scorpion processor, 512 MB memory and 16 GB storage with 3G and 4G network support.
Screen size and display quality are also compelling; Nokia seals 480 x 800 pixels 4.3 inches AMOLED touch screen which is somehow comparable to Apples Retina Display but Retina holds more pixels per inch helpful to reduce strain on staring eyes, however, visually human eye cannot differentiate between two display technologies.
Another quality of Lumia 900 is that it is made from scratch resistant Gorilla Glass, so even if dropped from moderate height it is unlikely that screen gets harmed.
Phone is equipped with 8 MP 3264x2448 pixels digital camera sensor with auto focus and dual flash, which is also above the standard for budget phones.
This second generation Lumia like its predecessor powered by Microsoft Windows Mobile 7.5 OS dubbed “Mango”, Microsoft still recovering from impression that it is desktop centric software firm, so introduction of Lumia 900 could help Microsoft to increase its mobile OS market share.
If you are planning to shop a budget smartphone this season, have a look at new Lumia 900 which might provide great mobile experience for just around $99.99.