Yet another hint that Nokia’s latest Lumia 900 smartphone might be coming to the UK has been spotted after the handset temporarily cropped up on the Play.com site.
The online vendor became the second retailer to inadvertently rubber-stamp the handset’s all-but-confirmed arrival to Blighty after Carphone Warehouse listed it on its site before taking it down, stating it had appeared ‘in error’.
This week Play.com put up a pre-order page for the Windows Phone kit, which mysteriously disappeared shortly afterwards, no doubt also due to an ‘error’.
Unveiled last month at the CES 2012 expo, the Lumia 900 was originally meant to be an US-exclusive. Standout specs include a 1.4GHz Snapdragon processor, a 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display, an eight-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and 16GB of on board storage.
There’s also Near Field Communications support, plus Stereo FM with RDS and a front-facing VGA cam for making video calls.
If the handset indeed headed for our shores, it’s possible retailers are embargoed from confirming availability until Mobile World Congress later this month, where the Finnish phone-maker is due to take the stage to unveil its plans for the year.