Pip Anderson, a stunt performer and free runner from the U.K, definitely took the Nokia Lumia 900 to the extreme. He captured his extreme moments and showed off his running, wall climbing, and extreme stunts adventure in Barcelona via the Windows photo sharing feature of the Nokia Lumia 900 while on the move. Watch the video below
If you're always on the go like Pip Anderson and you fell in love with the Lumia 800 then you would definitely go for the Lumia 900. Find out more about the new and improved features of the Nokia Lumia 900:
The Lumia 900 definitely has a bigger screen than the Lumia 800. It has a 4.3-inch AMOLED clear black glass touch screen display with a 1 piece polycarbonate body, an antenna that renders excellent performance, and still has the 1.4GHz single core chip under its hood.
Although the 900 is slimmer - 11.5mm thick as compared to the 12.1mm 800 - it gives out a chunkier feel when handled. The surface is really sleek with glossy curves.
The 900 uses the DCHSPA network technology as compared to the 800 which just uses the HSPA+. This is why this phone is known to have been built for internet and speed. With Bing and internet explorer 9 as browsers, social media apps such as facebook, twitter and linked-in, without a doubt, you can chat, email, and sms on the go with a Wi-Fi or 4G LTE connection.
The Lumia 900 has a Carl Zeiss Optics 8MP camera with dual LED Flash, auto focus, and a 1 MP front camera that's suitable for video calling. This is the first Lumia to ever have a front facing camera. The quality of the images from the Lumia 900 camera is getting mixed reviews - others consider the images taken to be of excellent quality and others give out a mediocre quality remark.
The best part of it is, the Nokia Lumia 900 has a battery that can last 7 hours talk time. This 1,830mAh battery is said to be the battery with the highest capacity every made and is good enough to last all day.