Nokia has first introduced its first set of the Windows Phones earlier this year. According to latest reports, Nokia Lumia 710 is set to release on T-Mobile network in the coming weeks, while the high-end spec’d Nokia Lumia 800 is currently available to purchase as an unlocked version, but yet to get confirmation on its launch plans by any carrier in the U.S. We’ve been hearing that Nokia’s upcoming flagship devices are set to launch in early 2012 in the United States and that the new Nokia smartphone will be the Lumia 900. Today we hear a little more with rumors taking on the next Lumia handset.
The folks over GeekTechBlog are claiming that they have got their hands on the Nokia Lumia 900 with the help of a “Nokia Source”. According to the source, the handset will be having a 4.6-inch WVGA Clear Black Screen, which looks exactly like the Lumia 800, powered by a 1.4GHz single-core processor, 8 megapixel camera and the source is also claiming it as a nicer camera to compliment the big screen. We will be seeing a couple of changes in Lumia 900. The mechanism of the microSIM has been changed into a pin push access to the SIM card to look like the one used by Apple in its iPhones and no cover to the MicroUSB.
Another source has revealed that the Nokia Lumia 900 will be having a thinner profile with dimensions at 125.5 x 65.8 x 9mm, front-facing camera to make video calls, 16GB/32GB internal memory storage and there will be LTE variants from AT&T, as well as Verizon.