It seems the time for delay is finally over, with the Nokia Lumia 900 formally announced in Germany.
Nokia has announced the "multi-award winning" Lumia 900 Nokia will be available for a MSRP of 579 Euros, while on Amazon the phone can be had for â‚¬ 504.89 if they could actually get round to announcing a delivery date.
The (translated) press release reads as follows:
Multiple award-winning Nokia Lumia 900 available now in Germany
Ratingen, 11 June 2012 – The award-winning Nokia Lumia 900 is available now in Germany. In a 4G version, the phone is already available since the beginning of the year in the United States. Well, the Nokia 900 is Lumia world in a customized version with DC-HSPA technology with download speeds of up to 42 Mbps for much faster browsing and streaming also available in other countries.
Since its announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January in Las Vegas, the Nokia 900 Lumia won several awards and exceeded expectations in the U.S. market. For customers in particular, the unique design and catchy Windows Phone experience were important reasons for the decision to buy.
With its large 4.3-inch Clear Black AMOLED display, the Nokia 900 Lumia makes an excellent tactile and visual impression and is perfectly suited to the exclusive Nokia services like Nokia Maps, Nokia, Navigation, Nokia, bus and train service, Nokia and radio mix Nokia to make optimal use of eBooks. By integrating the largest battery in a Nokia phone, the Nokia 900 ensures long-lasting Lumia entertainment pleasure on the go.
The main camera of the Nokia 900, a Lumia offers Carl Zeiss optics, a large aperture for improved performance in low light conditions and a wide-angle focal length in order to take pictures in 16:9 format. At the same time, the Nokia 900 Lumia Lumia also the first model with a front camera with a wide aperture sharp, colorful photos and making video telephony is ready for use immediately.
The Nokia 900 is Lumia in Germany in the colors white, black and cyan for the price of about â‚¬ 579 (including taxes, without a contract) will be available.
Have any of our German readers managed to pick one up yet? Let us know below.