Not too long ago, we told you about a version of the Nokia Lumia 900 expected to come to T-Mobile
with a 12MP camera once AT&T's 45 day exclusivity period expires. That phone could be the Nokia Lumia 910
, which has appeared on the website of a Dutch shop, Typhone. The Nokia Lumia 910 keeps the 4.3 inch screen on the Nokia Lumia 900
, the 16GB of native storage, the 1.4GHz processor (single-core) and the front-facing camera but replaces the 8MP camera on the back with a 12.1MP shooter
. Additionally, the Lumia 910 replaces the LTE support for AT&T with 21Mbps HSPA+ connectivity.
Typhone's listing does not have a launch date, but with Nokia appearing at next month's MWC, we could see the Lumia 910 poke its head out at the show. If the Nokia Lumia 900 is released in March as expected, the 45 day exclusivity period for AT&T would allow T-Mobile to offer the Nokia Lumia 910 in May or June
. Of course, until Nokia confirms the existence of the model, we have to take the listing with the proverbial grain of salt.
Typhone's listing of the Nokia Lumia 910