Lumia 610 debuts... but where the hell is Lumia 900?

Fanboys across India hugely expected the release of the much-anticipated Nokia devices, the Lumia 610 and Lumia 900 last friday (which includes e too). But both never made it to India together last Friday.

While Nokia launched the much anticipated affordable Windows Phone, the Lumia 610, fans who expected to see the Lumia 900 debut were hugely disappointed as Nokia, instead brought out the Dark Knight Rises Limited Edition Lumia 800 out of the curtains. It was a huge disappointment as thousands expected to see Lumia 900, last friday. And that includes me too, who waited a lot for this day which ended in a great disappointment. I don't know but I guess I'm beginning to hate Nokia after all.
The Lumia 610. Funky ha?
The Lumia 610 brought great excitement as it's the cheapest Windows Phone available yet and tagged at a price of just Rs. 12,999. The Lumia 610 has a 3.7" ClearBlack Display and an 800MHz Snapdragon processor under the hood. The Lumia 610 has an 8GB internal memory and a 256MB RAM. There is also a 5MP camera present to capture all your moments. Amidst the low specs, the Lumia 610 can really handle Windows Phone very well and shows very rare lags. Thus, it is a must-have phone for all Windows and Nokia fans out there and at Rs. 12,999, it's much better than a Galaxy Ace or Galaxy Y.

The Limited Edition Lumia 800 is just another Lumia 800 with a special body with a Batman symbol underneath. The LD Lumia 800 has a price tag of Rs. 24,999, the same price of Lumia 800.
The Limited Edition - Dark Knight Rises Lumia 800.
Well, I guess I still have to wait to see Lumia 900. I don't know why they are delaying the arrival of Lumia 900 since India has always been one among the strongholds of the Finnish mobile maker and is still among the top rungs. And with Windows Phone 8 devices expected to come out by the end of 2012, it should release early as it wouldn't make any sense releasing a Windows Phone 7.5 device like Lumia 900 along with Windows Phone 8 devices as nobody would want to buy an outdated phone at that time. So, Nokia, you gotta act soon before it's too late and it won't please me or any other Nokia fanboy out there to wait this much long. I'll hold until August and if you don't pop out soon, you'll be losing a big Nokia supporter.