In the recent days we have been saying various leaked images and specs of Nokia’s next Windows Phone and the rumors suggested that this device will be a little larger than the current 3.7 inch line of Nokia windows Phone. Yes, we are definitely talking about the Nokia Lumia 900 and today PocketNow has confirmed all those rumors and speculations about the possibility of Nokia Lumia 900 which has become more certain now.
So, according to their report, following are specs of Nokia Lumia 900. Lumia 900 has been codenamed Eloko by Nokia and it will be coming with both AT&T and T-Mobile networks and will be supporting 3G and AWS 1700 Mhz band respectively, which means that both carriers will be releasing the device. Now the latest reports cite that the handset will be coming with a large 4.3 inch WVGA Display screen. Other specs mainly include 512 of RAM and the device will also be having an 8 MP camera. Nokia Lumia 900 is also rumored to be come with a 1830 mAh battery as well.
Previously Named As Nokia Ace
Nokia Lumia 900 is the same device which was previously named as Nokia Ace but then it was changed. The reports also show that the device will be a little heavier than the usual Nokia phones and will weigh around 5.64 ounces or 160 g and the reason behind the extra weight is expected to be possibility of the introduction LTE capability in the device. Nokia Lumia 900 will be a little thicker as well measuring about 0.47 inches or 12 mm. Hopefully, we will be getting the complete set of technical specs of the device in a few days as it is highly expected that Nokia will be launching the device at CES this month, which is biggest consumer electronics show of the year. We will definitely keep you updated about it, stay tuned for more.