Following a number of rumours as to its expected release the European bound Nokia Lumia 910 has appeared in the ranks of a Dutch smartphone retailer with the upcoming device set to sport a 12-megapixel camera.
Although no exact release details are give the product listing, found on Dutch site Typhone, the latest premature outing of Nokia’s next-generation Windows Phone handset has added further fuel to the fire of recent Nokia Lumia 910 rumours.
Nokia Lumia 910 Features
Following the CES 2012 unveiling of the US exclusive Nokia Lumia 900 numerous reports and rumours have suggested Finnish phone giant Nokia is to bring the device to British shores in the coming weeks in the form of the Nokia 910 with a 12-megapixel camera set to replace the 900’s 8-meg offering.
Dropping the 900’s 4G LTE connectivity options the Nokia Lumia 910 is reportedly set to host the same 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display with Microsoft’s Windows Phone Mango OS to be further plumped by a 1.4GHz processor and a host of Nokia exclusive WP7 apps including Nokia Drive.
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