AT&T’s Nokia Lumia 900, Samsung Galaxy Note and Rugby Smart priced. Should be out on March 18
It looks like the HTC Titan II isn’t the only new smartphone that’s going to be launched by AT&T on March 18.
If BGR’s reports (here and here) are correct, the second largest US mobile carrier will introduce other four handsets on that day – including the Nokia Lumia 900, which will join the Titan II in becoming one of AT&T’s first Windows Phone LTE devices.
It’s said that the Lumia 900 (pictured above) will cost only $99.99 on contract – that would be a wise decision from Nokia, Microsoft and AT&T, since the 900 can’t really stand next to the latest dual-core Android handsets on the market.
Speaking of Android, the other three devices that will be available at AT&T starting March 18 are based on it.
First we have the Samsung Galaxy Note, the 5.3 inch smartphone-tablet hybrid, which should cost $299.99 on contract. The other two handsets haven’t been officially announced yet, and are the Samsung Rugby Smart ($99.99 on contract – this could be a rugged device), and the AT&T Fusion ($124.99 on contract). We’ll bring you more details as soon as we get them.