New information has appeared online regarding the much-anticipated Nokia Lumia 900. Following recently leaked details, PocketNow has reported that the flagship handset (to be known as the Ace in the USA) will feature a 4.3-inch ClearBlack SuperAMOLED display, an 8 megapixel camera and 512 MB of RAM. Powered by a 1.4GHz Qualcomm CPU, the phone will initially ship with Windows Phone Mango as anticipated, continuing the close relationship with Microsoft.
The device takes many cues from Nokia’s current flagship Lumia 800, although the 900 will weigh 18 grams more than its predecessor, mostly due to the increased screen size and inclusion of LTE radio technology.
In terms of aesthetics, the device will be of similar thickness however, coming in at around 12mm and the leaked images suggest the form factor will remain along the same lines as the device that currently heads Nokia’s Windows Phone range.
Although information has been noticeably thin on the ground up to now, the Lumia 900 is widely considered a key component to the rejuvenation of Nokia and the Finnish manufacturer will see this latest handset as a prime indicator of the brand moving forward.
Further details of the phone are expected to be released at CES in Las Vegas next week alongside the announcement of the mid-range Lumia 719.