Nokia look set to expand their Windows Phone 7 range with the Nokia Lumia 900 handset in the coming months. Long rumoured, Pocket Now have bagged the first official-ish looking spyshot, as well as some specs to go with it.
Also known as the Ace or Eloko, it’s set to be the next Nokia flagship phone, boasting a larger screen and improved battery capacity.
A 4.3 inch screen, a tad larger than the Nokia Lumia 800 but with the same WVGA resolution, will feature, making for a slightly less defined screen in terms of ppi. An 8MP rear camera will be included alongside a video-calling front facing one, while the battery jumps up to 1830mAh. LTE connectivity for AT&T customers is also touted.
Despite the larger screen size, the phone will weigh just 16 grams more than the Nokia Lumia 800, and will retain the same sleek thickness as its predecessor at just 12 millimetres. However, it is expected to ship with the Mango, not Tango, version of Windows Phone 7.
A March release date, following a full unveiling at February’s Mobile World Congress show, is expected.
By Gerald Lynch | January 3rd, 2012