Nokia Lumia 900 will be available on April 8th for .99

Rejoice, windows fans. When you are under the impression that in a time you can’t witness a high end 4G devices sold under 9, you just got an amazing price for the best smartphone of CES 2012. The Nokia Lumia 900 will come to AT&T on April 8th for .99 on two years contract, which is an extremely aggressive price for Nokia’s latest flagship, arguably the flagship of the windows phone as a whole. Its color scheme will be what we saw on the CES 2012, black and the bright cyan will be available at launch, white, meanwhile, follows at April 22nd.Nokia Lumia 900 will be available on April 8th for .99

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