Why it’s cool: Nokia’s first 4G LTE Windows Phone handset has a big screen and bigger ambitions. The polycarbonate handset gives it a premium touch, signaling the beleaguered mobile maker’s attempts to win back the hearts of U.S. cellphone users. If you’re 30 or older, wasn’t your first phone a Nokia?
Notable specs: 4.3-inch screen; 4G LTE compatibility; Windows Phone 7.5 software; carved from a single block of polycarbonate.
Availability: “In the coming months,” says AT&T. No word on pricing.
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