We covered the launch of HTC's Titan II and Nokia's Lumia 900, the first two AT&T LTE devices running Windows Phone 7.5. We're meeting with Nokia later today but I snagged a few shots of both devices during a Microsoft meeting that I thought I'd share. Check them out in the gallery below.

Updated: We've added some images to the gallery of the Nokia Lumia 900 alongside the 800 and 710 from our meeting with Nokia this afternoon. Overall the Lumia 900 feels like a grown up 800, and sports a flat display instead of the shaped glass on the 800. We were also able to confirm that the Lumia 900's display does not include PenTile RGBG but is instead an RGB stripe. 

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  • AmdInside - Thursday, January 12, 2012 - link

    My contract is not up until October but my next phone will most likely still be Android. Metro feels like it was designed to look pretty but I am not a fan of their UI.
  • eddman - Friday, January 13, 2012 - link

    Funny you say that, cause everyone else say it is dull but designed to be fast and to provide as much information as possible. Have you tried a windows phone at least?
  • Spivonious - Friday, January 13, 2012 - link

    You should give it a try. It takes a few days to get used to it, but live tiles destroy static icons, and the People hub puts everything at your fingertips.
  • bull2760 - Sunday, February 12, 2012 - link

    Got to love people who say they can't stand something without even trying it. I myself and switching from iPhone 4 to the lumia 900 when it comes out. Say what you want about Microsoft but their live tiles is really nice. They one upped everyone for the time being, if staying in touch with all your social networks is key than windows phone 7.5 is the way to go. I myself do not play a lot of games on my phone use it for email, socializing, and occasional web. I can't wait to switch to windows!

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