The Nokia Lumia 900: A good phone at a great price that you probably shouldn't buy
The Lumia 900 is a very nice phone: great design, good exclusive apps, and a fantastic price. In spite of these features, it's hard to recommend. Most of us are stuck with our phones for two years at a time, and with AT&T's consistent unwillingness to deliver updates in a timely manner, that's a distinctly unappealing prospect.
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