Nokia Lumia 900, Nokia Champagne surface in developers' records

Nokia Lumia 900, Nokia Champagne surface in developers' records
We’re definitely impressed with the Nokia Lumia 800 - it’s a gorgeous Windows Phone handset standing out with its slightly convex forms, but when it comes to Nokia Windows Phone we’re still waiting for a true high-end device to capture our minds and hearts. The Nokia Lumia 900 might be just that. We’ve previously heard about this handset under the Nokia Ace codename and even expected to see it at Nokia World over a month ago.

Sadly, it didn’t make it there, but it did appear in a couple of other places like a Nokia Windows Phone ad which was then pulled down. Now, a Nokia Lumia 900 appears in the stats of news app Times of India. The publication has recorded nine sessions from the Lumia 900 in its stats and one from the Nokia Champagne, which may or may not be the same device.

Additionally, the apps stats show that it’s been accessed by a device running on a newer Windows Phone version, possibly Tango. Version 7.10.8725 is the newest WP version we’ve seen so far, and hopefully this means that the next big update to the platform is closer to reality.

The Lumia 900 is rumored to feature a 4.3” ClearBlack AMOLED screen and run on a 1.4 GHz single-core processor. It’s expected to have an 8-megapixel camera on the back and come in a 16 GB or 32 GB model.

source: WMPowerUser

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Lumia 900
  • Display 4.3" 480 x 800 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 1.3 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 APQ8055, Single core, 1400 MHz
  • Storage 16 GB
  • Battery 1830 mAh(8h 3G talk time)



1. ZEUS.the.thunder.god unregistered

now thats interesting. bring it on Finns

2. sadaivadai

Posts: 156; Member since: Nov 22, 2011

Good news .. I wanted to buy a nokia-windows phone .. I like Lumia 800 .. But need a big screen .. Thats why still waiting ..

3. Bluesky02

Posts: 1439; Member since: Dec 05, 2011

Looking forward to Ó_Ò

4. Eventhorizon

Posts: 6; Member since: Dec 07, 2011

This may work as long as it's not cheap plastic, and cost above the average $200-299 price point on a carrier.

5. hunted

Posts: 403; Member since: Sep 21, 2011

Boy get a dual core processors

6. seylan

Posts: 20; Member since: Dec 01, 2011

They should rather wait for Windows Phone 8 for their next flagship smartphone, instead of launching something with specs over a year old. They should instead bring a slightly revised Lumia 800 to USA, with a front-facing camera, NFC and better battery life, as well as a lower price. If those specs are true, then it is not worthy of the '900' branding. 8mp cameras are now becoming common on most new phones, and its sad that Nokia doesn't step it up, considering the cameras from the N8 and previous N-series. And with the new 'S4' chips coming in a few months...

8. snowgator

Posts: 3621; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

Not sure there is a difference between updating the 800 series now, or updating the 900 series later. I think the 900 series would sell better here and it makes sense to release it rather than wait. Besides, any Nokia released will be supported with updates. But I agree with your idea- if you can wait until mid-year, than I would say do it. The hardware will be better, and the build will be designed for the next software. Not to mention Nokia has said Apollo will really shine on their devices.

7. vvelez5

Posts: 623; Member since: Jan 29, 2011

Exciting can't wait until CES. 2012 Is going to be the year that will bring Nokia back or bury them for good.

9. 7thspaceman

Posts: 1597; Member since: Feb 14, 2011

I May not be popular by saying this but if it does not have a front facing camera many people will not see it as a Nokia flagship phone but it is good enough for me. Metro tiles are best viewed on 4 inch or better smartphone size screens. 4.3 is a good sweet size for a windows smart phone. bring it on Nokia. The Americans will buy it

10. DontHateOnS60

Posts: 872; Member since: Apr 20, 2009

Still waiting for a 64GB model so I can finally get one...

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