Jan. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Nokia Oyj unveiled its first high- speed Windows Phone for AT&T Inc. at the Consumer Electronics Show, a key product for Microsoft Corp. as it tries to regain market share lost to Apple Inc. and Google Inc.
Nokia Chief Executive Officer Stephen Elop announced the Lumia 900 at the conference in Las Vegas today. The handset, to be available in the coming months, will be one of the first Windows-based phones to use the next-generation wireless technology known as long-term evolution, or LTE. The new phone has cameras with wide-angle lenses on the front and back and voice-enabled driving navigation, the companies said today.
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