The Nokia Lumia 900 - initially pegged as exclusive to the US market - could be granted a UK release after all, it has emerged.
Unveiled earlier this month at the CES tech expo, the Lumia 900 was purportedly built with AT&T’s 4G network in mind and was expected to be solely available with the US carrier.
However, that was cast into doubt yesterday when a handset product page for the Lumia 900 cropped up on the Carphone Warehouse site. The listing named a due due of June for the smartphone and even offered would-be buyers the chance to register for updates.
Within a matter of hours, though, the retailer had mysteriously pulled the listing. Whether that’s because the page went up due to human error, or whether a technical flaw is to blame remains to be established.
Aesthetically nigh-on identical to Nokia’s current flagship Windows phone, the Lumia 900 differs chiefly through its larger, 4.3-inch AMOLED 'ClearBlack Display' screen (up from the 3.7-inches).
Other specs take in a single core processor, an eight-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 1.3-megapixel secondary snapper for video calls and 16GB of on board storage.