It goes without saying that for Nokia, the Lumia 900 launch is quite possibly one of the most important launches, ever. The Lumia 900 marks Nokia’s first serious foray back into the competitive American market, and with it the first high-end fruit from its new strategic partnership with Microsoft. The stakes are high for Nokia - how well the Lumia 900 does in the USA will be a reflection on both Nokia’s industrial design, and Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 smartphone OS. Read on for the full review.
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