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Nokia marks 20 years of innovation with a London Design Museum exhibit, leaks the Ace 900 yet again

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Nokia marks 20 years of innovation with a London Design Museum exhibit, leaks the Ace 900 yet again
At its exhibit in the London Design Museum, part of the 20 years of innovation celebration, the team has reserved prominent placing for the yet-unreleased Nokia 900 as well.

The Nokia 900 was just sitting there, pictured on a big video wall, a snap of which appeared on Nokia UK's Facebook page, and is still there. The handset was codenamed Nokia Ace and is rumored to appear in Q1 2012 on AT&T's network

Nokia marks 20 years of innovation with a London Design Museum exhibit, leaks the Ace 900 yet again
The Nokia 900 is expected to be with the biggest screen out of the Lumia line of Nokia Windows Phones - a 4.3" ClearBlack AMOLED display. This would mark Nokia's first effort in the new era of slim smartphones with large screens, so we are curiously awaiting the result.

The London Design Musem exhibit was under the name "Nokia products that changed the world" and had it all - from the first huge mobile phone clunker, through its first GSM handset, to the last Nokia 900. We are seeing a profile that is slanted a bit at the end, similar to the pillow shape of the Nokia Lumia 800, so we might have a trend here.

source: Nokia (Facebook) via TheNokiaBlog


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posted on 04 Nov 2011, 04:16 6

1. XiphiasGladius (Posts: 804; Member since: 21 Aug 2011)


"They may have changed the world but Elop changed them."

posted on 04 Nov 2011, 05:15

5. lubba (Posts: 1311; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)


this isn't.

posted on 04 Nov 2011, 04:48

2. lubba (Posts: 1311; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)


Actually stiff competition changed them. Well, more like they had to change. Nokia is still nokia, known for for their hardware and camera. Symbian, i think they bought that from somebody. So no difference which OS they use. So stop crying. They chose MS. So what! Millions use MS products from homes to businesses. What wrong with that?

posted on 04 Nov 2011, 04:51 1

3. XiphiasGladius (Posts: 804; Member since: 21 Aug 2011)


Why the heck would I cry for a Cellular phone manufacturer anyways? Nothing wrong with that actually, I just want to inject some humor into that phrase. So don't be defensive, oh well its your opinion I wont argue that. . .

posted on 04 Nov 2011, 05:13 1

4. lubba (Posts: 1311; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)


Now thats funny! Lolzzzz!

posted on 04 Nov 2011, 06:03

6. Q8cavalry (Posts: 14; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)


Hope Nokia rot in hell
Long Live Siemens

posted on 05 Nov 2011, 14:55

7. lubba (Posts: 1311; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)


Why this childish fan behavior?

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