Nokia Lumia 900
Mobile gamers discuss fresh details of the soon-to-be-launched Nokia Lumia 900 destined for AT&T Wireless network.
Only a few days have passed since a spy photo of the upcoming Nokia flagship surfaced and already we have some fresh details of the Nokia Lumia 900. The phone is also known as Nokia Ace among some fans of Windows mobile casinos, but Lumia 900 seems to be the proper name.
The new device will be powered by the Windows Phone Mango out of the box and will offer fans of mobile casinos a 1.4GHz Scorpion CPU along with 512MB of RAM. The display is rumored to be around 4.3 inches, the phone will weigh 160 grams and will 12mm thick just as the Nokia Lumia 800.
The 1830mAh battery will offer enough power for mobile casino games sessions to last for hours. Some sources claim that the Nokia Lumia 900 will come with T-Mobile’s 1700 MHz 3G band connectivity, but the device will be locked for AT&T customers only.
The device is expected to reach hands of Windows mobile gambling enthusiasts somewhere around March 2012. A different set of rumors claim that it will be officially unveiled during CES next week together with a mid-range Nokia smartphone also based on Windows Phone OS.
The CES is only a couple of days away, so stay tuned for further updates on this and other upcoming phones.