Late last year Nokia kicked off their revival plans with the launch of the Lumia 710 and Lumia 800 smartphones, which come running the Windows Phone operating system. Both companies are looking at the partnership to help gain some market share from Android and the iPhone. There has even been some who think the platform will overtake iOS within three years. Today we have news of the Lumia 900 release date time frame is revealed.
The handset made its first appearance at the recent CES 2012 show, and now according to an article on TechRadar UK customers will be able to get the device in June. The Carphone Warehouse has listed the device on its website with an icon that says expected June 2012.
So far the company has not revealed any plans for the device launching outside the US, and believed to be exclusive to AT&T where it is thought to be launching in March. The 4.3-inch device has come in for a lot of praise by people that saw it at the CES show, and is basically a larger version of the Lumia 800 but with a wide angle lens on the rear camera and a front facing camera.
With the device launching in June in the UK it may be around the time of the Windows Apollo update, but UK users will have no use for the 4G LTE chip that US consumers will be able to use. Do you like the look of the Nokia Lumia 900?
Also See: Nokia N1 UK, US release a step closer