The Lumia 900 marks the first joint assault from Nokia and Microsoft on US consumers, but it hasn’t exactly bowled over reviewers across the Atlantic.
Now TechRepublic has torn the Nokia Lumia 900 to bits, and it’s probably fair to say it’s not particularly impressed with its innards.
The gents at TechRepublic note that the Nokia Lumia 900’s single-piece polycarbonate shell gives the smartphone a sturdy feel, but that’s pretty much where the good stuff ends.
Other observations include a “good, not great” display (4.3in AMOLED at 800 x 480), a single-core processor (1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S2), an “average” amount of RAM (512MB), and the fact that the Nokia Lumia 900 is thicker and heavier with less storage (16GB) and lower battery life than many of its rivals. Oh dear.
Head over to TechRepublic to watch the cracking open in full. It looks pretty tricky, man.