Just ahead of the CES 2012 sources are on full track to release different exclusive stuff in the market before the official launch of the devices. It seems that some strong source of the PocketNow has revealed the little information about the Nokia’s upcoming Windows Phone device, the Lumia 900 aka the AT&T Nokia Ace. Nokia has already made a good impression in the market again with the new Lumia (Windows Phone) series, as the Nokia devices crowned as the most awesome Windows Phone device.
According to the report of the PocketNow source, the new Lumia 900 is said to be a roughly 4.3-inch WVGA device, which to carry 8 Megapixel camera and 1,830 mAh battery with nearly 12mm thick case. The site also comes up with an exclusive picture of the device with having an AT&T logo and labeled as the 4G device. It is also said to be one of the first 4G LTE Windows Phone device for AT&T. Nokia Lumia 900 is rumored to be reached the shelf of market stores somewhere in the mid of 2012.
Another specs include 512MB of RAM and – despite a presumed carrier lock to AT&T – the inclusion of the 1700MHz band necessary for 3G on T-Mobile USA. The device is supposedly codenamed “Eloko” and will ship running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, rather than Tango as some earlier rumors indicated.