The reviews are pouring in for the Nokia Lumia 900, and most of them are pretty positive. Bloomberg calls it a good phone at a great price, USA Today says it’s a strong alternative to the status quo, and my colleague Kevin C. Tofel proclaims it’s the Windows Phone to get (which may be damning with faint praise). There are detractors, to be sure — The Verge’s Joshua Topolsky and All Things D’s Walt Mossberg among them — but most of the criticism I’ve seen addresses the kind of high-end features and functionality that most mainstream consumers never use. Meanwhile, the device will enjoy a massive marketing campaign and can already be had for $99 or less. I think all those factors add up to a hit for AT&T, Microsoft and Nokia.