When will my 'Dreamphone' arrive?

Great! After months of waiting and much anticipation, our dear old Nokia, unveiled just the Lumia 610 and a worthless Lumia 800 Dar Knight Limited Edition. But where the hell is Lumia 900, Nokia? You've disappointed me greatly. I had huge expectations that you'd finally bring the Lumia 900 to the stronghold of your entire business. Why not India? We were one of the key players for your huge success and still, you omit us?

I simply don't know what to say. With Windows Phone 8, Nokia is already under great pressure. Then, why the hell are you delaying the launch of Lumia 900 in India at time like this? I'm totally disappointed with you and I'm on the verge of my patience. I've spent months waiting just for Lumia 900's arrival and I was damn sure, even the medias that you guys would finally bring the phone to India. But nothing. Just a stupid LD Lumia 800 but I'd appreciate the arrival of Lumia 610. Still, I don't get it. Why are you delaying Lumia 900?

I had spent months waiting for it to come so that I can finally get my hands on one of them. It really is a shame though. We spent months waiting and you still are playing with us. The Lumia 900 was a dream phone to me and I loved it since its debut. With Windows Phone 8 phones coming this fall, you should debut it in India, before its too late. Face it -- It's your only option.
You'll get that feeling when you hold the Lumia 900 with your bare hands.
Even after letting out all my anger, I'm still very depressed. I've waited months just to see it. But, still Nokia's not yet ready to give me my dreamphone. I could've just changed my mind and took another Windows Phone, say the HTC Titan II maybe. But my mind keeps pulling me towards the beauty of the Lumia 900 which extends my patience someway or the other. I don't know why, but I love it very much. Infact, I loved it since it was first pulled out of the curtains.

Even after telling this much, I should include the many capabilities of this amazing phone along with this post. Like most other Windows Phones, the Lumia 900 packs a 1.4GHz Snapdragon processor and a 512MB RAM along with a 16GB storage space in its spacious and well-designed body. I must enlighten you if you are a typical Android or iPhone user and are unaware of the many aspects of Windows Phones that Windows Phones of current generation doesn't support multi-core processors yet (but Windows Phone 8 do). So, I bet you'll feel that it's a low spec-ed sluggish phone but you will be amazed to know that you're absolutely wrong. Although Windows Phones don't have multi-core design, the single core processors are capable of handling most of the Android or iPhone apps you use, the same way but built for Windows Phones. May it be Angry Birds, Cut the Rope or whatever, you can have the same gameplay experience without any lag in the single-cored Windows Phones. Surprising isn't it? This was one of the 'can't believe' facts that took my eyes when I heard of WPs.
The design is the sexiest feature the Lumia 900 has which makes it so unique.
Now, back to Lumia 900. It has a 4.3" screen with AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with Corning Glass and Nokia's ClearBlack Display. Lumia 900 also packs an 8MP rear camera and a VGA front camera for video calls. Nokia has seriously built the imaging capability in Lumia 900. The rest are traditional, like other WPs. What's more special in Lumia 900 is that it has all the powers of a typical Nokia device with all Nokia apps including Maps and Drive, which are two among the remarkable features the phone boasts. The price is still unknown but with the price cut in other countries, I expect the phone to be around Rs. 30k, slightly greater than the Lumia 800. And the awkward thing is the release date -- clueless. However, if we're considering Nokia's first announcement, the Lumia 900 is expected to come sometime around this quarter, August or September.

Aah! What's the point in lengthening this post, making you people bored? I'm well aware that there's extremely rare chance of any Nokia officials reading a post of a common blogger like me but like it or not, I'm feeling quite relieved after throwing out all my feelings for the company. Anyways, let me and you hope Nokia would release the Lumia 900 sooner than later.

Whatever happens, my wait for my dreamphone will last forever...