The New York Times has all but confirmed the Nokia Lumia 900 through two unnamed sources. The “sleek and metallic” Lumia 900 will be headed to AT&T in the US and be introduced on Monday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The Lumia 900, also known as the Ace, is expected to feature a 4.3″ AMOLED display, 512MB RAM, an eight-megapixel camera, and an LTE radio. The only thing that’s potentially unclear at this point is where the “sleek and metallic” design, as mentioned by the NYT, should fit in, as the Lumia 800 is manufactured out of polycarbonate, a high-quality plastic. Whether the industrial design of the Lumia 900 will be different, or whether the polycarbonate was just mistakenly described as metallic, our own Andrew Bares will hopefully find out tomorrow.
We recommend you to read the full article on the New York Times, as it goes into quite some detail about the history of Windows Phone.