On-line mobile phone news website BGR (opens in new tab) has published a news item about the recently leaked Nokia Lumia 900 Microsoft Windows Phone 7 handset arriving stateside early next year, before Nokia has even announced the device.
Boy Genus Report exclusive news story (opens in new tab) contains details from an unnamed source that the Nokia handset which was recently leaked in an advert aimed at developers, will be heading to America after Las Vegas CES in January.
The post from BGR states: ‘We just got the lowdown on one of Nokia's upcoming flagship devices currently set to launch in early 2012 in the United States.'
‘According to our source, the new Nokia smartphone will be the Lumia 900, a Windows Phone with the same basic identity as the Lumia 800 but with a bigger display and other enhancements.', added the site.
Nokia's Lumia 900 reportedly arrives with a single core 1.4GHz processor, with a 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display and an 8 megapixel camera, whilst shipping with a new update to Windows Phone 7 known as 'Tango'.
The website has also been told by a trusted source that Nokia is prepping a huge marketing blitz in the U.S. for January and February, just as the Finnish did in the UK. This leads BGR to believe that it can expect the company's unreleased flagship Windows Phone will launch some time after CES in January.