The holidays are over, but it doesn't mean the world has turned into a dull routine.
The tech world is completely absorbed in following the annual indicator of tech development: International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 taking place in Las Vegas.
I expect my colleagues to cover some hot topics of the show, especially those connected with Lenovo ( ;) )… in my turn, I would be happy to celebrate good old Nokia's another offspring's birth.
I've recently heard Nokia is living its last days, and I was very frustrated by this assumption. At CES, however, the company managed to convince me it is still jolly as a sandboy.
So, Nokia Lumia 900. Based on the Windows Phone platform, it boasts a 4.3-inch AMOLED screen. Inside, there's a 1.4GHz processor, running on an updated chipset, to support LTE. It also has Carl Zeiss optics in the camera with an F2.2 aperture lens with a 28mm focal length, a front-facing camera as well, a dual LED flash, 16 GB of internal memory, and a polycarbonate case available in black or blue.
Nice alternative of the boring iPhones and variegated but humdrum Androids, isn't it?