The Nokia Lumia 900 will be sold globally as Nokia’s flagship Windows Phone according to Pocketnow. The codename for the device is Eloko, but I see several sites refer to this device as the Ace. The 2012 International CES is just around the corner, so we’ll get official confirmation very soon. More details revealed after the jump.
Another spec thrown into the rumor is that the Nokia Ace (or Lumia 900) for AT&T will also include the 1700MHz band that works for T-Mobile 3G. Since the device will most likely be locked to AT&T, a workaround may be required to unlock that feature.
Other features for the Nokia Lumia 900 include 4.3-inch WVGA display, 512MB of RAM, 8-megapixel camera, and 1830mAh battery. Pocketnow also says it’ll be just as thick as the Nokia Lumia 800 at about 12 millimeters.
Does that sound good to you?