Nokia launched this week their first 4G LTE smartphone, the Lumia 900, which will be made available with America's largest GSM operator - AT&T.
The new Nokia device is powered by the latest Windows Phone 7 platform, the name of which was not officially disclosed, however, the official blog of Nokia released the name of the OS as - Windows Phone Mango Commercial Release 2, as published in Nokia Conversations.
In this unseen before version of the platform are many of the latest features, besides just 4G LTE connectivity. Some of these features are the new on-screen keyboard, which prevents the issue of the keyboard disappearing whilst typing. This is along with fixing the location accessibility related issue, where other improvements are voicemail related, reports Into Mobile.
Nokia Lumia 900 is very much similar to the Lumia 800, which is available in Asia and European markets. Lumia 900 arrives with a 4.3-inch screen, 4G LTE connectivity and a front facing camera.
The new features actually improve the platform from its previous versions and makes it more efficient. The official launch of actual next version of Windows Phone , known as Tango, is still expected at the Mobile World Congress, in Barcelona next month.