The good people over at TechRepublic have decided that while the Nokia Lumia 900 looks great from the outside, there is still this burning desire to check out what is available underneath the hood. Well, they have done just that, and what you see above is part of the fruit of their hard work. The Nokia Lumia 900 is no stranger to us, considering how it is the most recent Windows Phone-powered device to hit the market, where a solitary piece of polycarbonate will hold all the relevant innards in place. It must be said that polycarbonate makes for a decent choice of material when it comes to maintaining the overall construction quality. You will require the assistance of a SIM removal tool if you want to get the SIM card out, while following that up by prying the display off via manipulating a flat tool on the side where the SIM card once resided.
If you delve deeper into the Nokia Lumia 900, you will find a single-core 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 processor, 512MB DRAM and 16GB of NAND flash memory. Other chips also hail from Qualcomm, including the wireless modem, power management integrated chips, and the RF transceiver. This smartphone sports a 1,830 mAh Li-ion battery that surprisingly, is of a smaller capacity than its predecessors.
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