Nokia may be readying a more advanced version of its recently announced Lumia 900 smartphone - the imaginatively named Lumia 910 - for Europe, an industry observer has revealed.
Hot on the heels of reports that the Finnish phone-maker may bring the Lumia 900 (currently exclusive to the US) to Blighty in June, all-things-Nokia-expert Eldar Murtazin is now claiming that a souped up version of the kit may be in the works and could come to Europe as early as May.
Murtazin posted on Twitter: “Who needs lumia 900 in june [sic] if they want to launch lumia 910 (12mpx) in may? Europe”.
Quite right. A 12-megapixel camera certainly sounds appealing to us and with potentially similar enhancements elsewhere, could even go toe-to-toe to with some of the Android heavy hitters set to debut at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) next month.
The Lumia 900, announced earlier this month at the CES expo in Las Vegas, is home to a 1.4GHz dual core chipset and a 4.3-inch AMOLED ‘ClearBlack’ display. While we’re not expecting miracles like a quad core processor for the 910, a beefier 1.5GHz number is certainly possible, as is a larger screen.
Whatever the case, we won’t have to wait too long to find out when Nokia takes the stage next month in Barca.
Source: Twitter via SoMobile