Nokia’s last month biggest debutant, the Lumia 900, is in the news again – this time the Finnish mobile maker is going to launch the phone in Canada and Europe in the quarter second of this year. The Canadian version will offer LTE whereas the European version will be equipped with 42Mbps HSPA+ connectivity. The phone is priced at 480 euros. The rest of the specifications are same as that of the AT&T run Lumia 900 version in US, running Windows Phone 7.5 on a 4.3-inch AMOLED display, the Lumia 900 promises to be among the most desirable phones Microsoft’s mobile platform has seen yet.
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