Leaked press renders of what looks to be the Nokia Lumia 900 with AT&T branding have surfaced and have been snapped up by Pocketnow.
Along with the image, which shows it to be bigger than the Nokia Lumia 800 comes a list of spec. Reportedly boasting a bigger 4.3-inch screen, 512MB and an 8-megapixel camera (no sign of an N8-matching 12-megapixler, sadly), the Nokia Lumia 900 will be launching globally as Nokia’s new flagship phone.
Other rumoured specs include a front-facing camera (sensor size unknown), a 1830mAh battery and that the Lumia 900 will ship with Windows Phone Mango, not Tango as this leaked roadmap would suggest.
Thought to be showcased at CES next week and due for a launch in March, this is pretty quick work from Nokia. The Lumia 800 isn’t even six months old, it’s been aggressively promoted, and already it looks like it’s being nudged out of the way for a new model.
We’re reaching out for some official comment on this but pending that, you can be sure we’ll be glued to the Nokia stand when we arrive at CES in Las Vegas next week.