The telecom giant AT&T is planning to offer Nokia's flagship Windows Phone device Lumia 900 for only $99 on a 2 year contract, according to new reports.
The Nokia Lumia 900 happens to be one of the massively anticipated new generation Windows Phone after Lumia 800. The company unveiled the device for the first time at the recently held Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas where it managed to bag some rather brave initial reviews.
It has been scheduled to go on sale on March 18 as an exclusive AT&T stock. Experts are of the opinion that by making the device available for only $99 alongside the two year contract. Nokia is heading towards the right direction, for regaining its lost pride in the smartphone arena. The price is half that of Apple's 16 GB variant of its flagship iPhone.
BGR was the first to reveal about such a launch through a leaked AT&T roadmap. The Lumia 900 would definitely give its competitors a tough time, as it is loaded with some great features and being the first Windows Phone to have 4G LTE support. The phone may set itself in direct competition with Motorola Droid Bionic and Samsung Galaxy Nexus reports c|net.