The popular smartphone blog, PocketNow has revealed the specific details about the upcoming Nokia Lumia 900 aka Nokia Ace for AT&T. The Lumia 900 was expected to be unveiled at CES 2012, but the details have been leaked a week before.

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Despite all the speculations, Nokia Lumia 900/Ace will come with Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) and not Tango, at-least during the launch. The above image is a mockup comparing Nokia Lumia 900 and Lumia 800, based on the details which have been leaked.


Nokia Lumia 900 / Ace – Specifications

  • ~4.3-inch WVGA display
  • 512MB of RAM
  • 8 MP camera with Carl-Zeiss lens
  • 1830mAh battery
  • Weighs 160 grams
  • LTE radio

Many Nokia fans were expecting a N8-like 12 megapixel camera. Sadly, they should adjust with the 8 megapixel cam. Fortunately, Nokia Lumia 900/Ace is rumored to come with a front facing cam (unlike its predecessor, Lumia 800).

Nokia Lumia 900/Ace is expected to be launched in March 2012 and is touted to be the flagship Nokia device globally during the first half of 2012. Nokia Ace will be a big opportunity for Nokia to re-enter US market with a bang. With Lumia 710 landing on T-Mobile & Lumia 900/Ace on AT&T, Nokia will be hoping for a turn-around of fortunes in the US.

If only this was 2011…

 
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  • Ajit Pillai

    Disappointing specs, disappointing O.S, disappointing display.

    • http://techpp.com Raju PP

      if only this was released in CES 2011 *sigh*

  • http://www.mrpinindia.in Pranjal

    Well Raju, first I thought what? just 512 MB of RAM and suddenly It came to my mind it’s WP7 not a yet another Android-ed device loaded with that much of RAM and this much of power and this version of custom UI.

    Love this device and I would really love a bigger windows Phone from Nokia but still if resolution of display was bigger it would be even better windows Phone experience or either Windows Phone doesn’t supports higher resolution yet?

  • johnl

    As the other comments suggest, this is a great phone but it is a year behind everything else at the moment. My HTC Sensation has the same camera, a front camera, 50% more RAM and possibly a faster processor and that was on sale in May last year. Obviously the phones have moved on since then. Its disappointing as Nokia used to be the best but it is looking nowadays that they are just playing catchup. The only good things I saw in the spec was a decent sized screen and a decent battery but you need more that that these days.

    • Veggie

      Windows Phone 7 does not need the higher specs that Android phones require with every update. Every currently released Windows phone was eligible and still runs as smooth, if not better, with the newest version. Granted since Windows Phone 7 is a fledgling mobile OS, it remains yet to be see how long Microsoft can continue the trend. Unlike the majority of Android phones that are being sold a version (or few) behind and not even eligible for updates.

      http://theunderstatement.com/post/11982112928/android-orphans-visualizing-a-sad-history-of-support?60c161c0

  • http://www.vankaizer.com Henry

    Its 1.4GHZ processor is good enough to perform faster. I also like other features especially its unique design.