CES 2012: On the Go
For the first time in many years, the most-talked about smartphone introduced at CES was one that will run Windows. For what was Microsoft's final CES, the software giant, along with comeback hopeful Nokia, unveiled the Lumia 900. The 4G LTE-capable device, exclusive to AT&T at launch, is the first new smartphone from the Microsoft/Nokia collaboration to arrive in North America. Sporting a 4.3-inch AMOLED screen and Carl Zeiss camera optics, the Lumia 900 offers special apps from ESPN, CNN and EA, among others. No pricing has been announced, but the device is expected to hit the street in March.