According to a rival wireless carrier, AT&T's exclusivity period with the Nokia Lumia 900 is only 45 days from its expected March 18th launch date
. And that means that by the third quarter, other carriers will be able to add Nokia's latest flagship phone to their roster. Based on what the source for Windows SuperSite
told them, T-Mobile is on the top of the list
to offer the model sometime in Q3. And to add insult to injury for AT&T customers, the T-Mobile version is expected to be equipped with a 12MP camera
instead of the 8MP shooter on the AT&T variant.
According to the report
, Verizon "probably
" would be next on the list after T-Mobile to offer the Lumia 900, followed "possibly"
by Sprint, although those two carriers haven't exactly been flooding the market with Windows Phone handsets. It's an interesting piece of gossip to chew over during an NFL Playoff Sunday afternoon, especially if you are a T-Mobile customer