ESPOO, Finland – In the world of Nokia, the Lumia 900 and Lumia 710 have received a release date, and the Nokia N9‘s firmware update has leaked in the form of screenshots.
In recent email newsletter Nokia and AT&T confirmed that the Nokia Lumia 900 with LTE support is to become available for the network in March. The handset is the first Windows Phone device to support LTE and it was largely anticipated. Its design is close to Nokia N9 and Lumia 800, but with a 4.3″ AMOLED Clear Black touchscreen, 1.4GHz CPU, 8 megapixel camera with wide-screen optics, video conversation camera and durable 1830 mAh battery.
In another story we understood that the new budget Windows smart-phone of Nokia – Lumia 710 is about to hit the markets of the UK on the 1st of February. The Lumia 710 is designed like an affordable smart-phone with 3.7″ WVGA ClearBlack touchscreen, 1.4GHz CPU, single rear facing 5MP camera with LED flash and impressive performance speed. This makes Lumia 710 a very good value for money choice in the moment that it will hit the markets.
The last expected release from Nokia is the PR1.2 firmware for the N9′s Meego platform. It is rumored to be available by the end of January, but there is no official confirmation about this. The expected features of this update are video calling using the front-facing camera, copy and paste support in the browser and app folders on the home-screen.