There’s growing evidence that AT&T will introduce at CES next week Nokia’s first Windows Phone with support for 4G LTE. This model, the Lumia 900, is expected to have a large display and other high-end features.
An image of this device inadvertently leaked out last week, giving the world its best look yet. The device shown closely matches a device Nokia itself gave a sneak peak of in November — this smartphone is reportedly going to be the Lumia 900.
The Windows Phone will supposedly feature similar features to the Lumia 800, except for a larger display and several enhancements: a 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED Touchscreen and a 1.4GHz single-core processor. The handset will feature an 8MP camera.
The new picture of the Lumia 900 clearly shows that the device has 4G support. There have been persistent rumors recently that AT&T is going to release a Nokia model that can connect to its nascent 4G LTE network, and it’s possible this is it.
The Consumer Electronics Show kicks off a week from today, and this would be a suitable venue for AT&T to use to take the wraps off a new Windows Phone — the carrier may also announce other 4G-enabled devices at this giant tradeshow.