Budget-conscious users who were thinking about giving the pink colored AT&T Nokia Lumia 900 a miss because of its price tag, should think again. The carrier has slashed the price of the Windows Phone-based smartphone and it is now available for less than $50, reports the Nokia Conversations blog.
The phone splashed in cyan, black and white shades, went up for sale in the US back in April, while its pink edition was made available across the country only yesterday. It will require a two-year customer agreement and a qualifying data plan as well. The offer is valid on all versions of the Lumia 900.
Enclosed in a polycarbonate casing, the handset flaunts a 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED capacitive multi-touch display coated with Corning Gorilla Glass to withstand scratches. It can render visuals in 480 x 800p resolution. This 4G LTE-enabled phone’s rear panel sports an 8MP camera complete with a Carl Zeiss lens, auto focus, dual LED flash and more, while the front side has been embedded with a 1MP imager with f2.4 aperture which facilitates video recording as well as video conferencing.
Users can expect its 1830mAh battery to provide talk time of close to 7 hours in the 2G mode. Running the Mango mobile platform, the smartphone claims to offer an enhanced web browsing experience thanks to its support for HTML5 and pre-loaded Internet Explorer 9. It has also been pre-installed with applications like Nokia Drive, ESPN Sports Hub, The Dark Knight Rises and more.