Finnish mobile giant Nokia is likely to dish out the much awaited Nokia Lumia 900 early next year in the month of January, according to a new but, unconfirmed report.
It's not been long since the company launched its Windows Phone OS powered Lumia 800, soon after which a software glitch was discovered in the device. However, it seems that the software glitch is not going to stop the largest phone maker to roll out the Lumia 800 successor.
Earlier in the month, a leaked image surfaced on My Nokia Blog, following which rumours started spreading like a forest fire that the company is all set to dish out the next edition of its Lumia range of handsets in the coming edition of the Consumer Electronic Show, to be hosted by Las Vegas in January.
Word on the web is that the Lumia 900 may be equipped with Windows Phone Tango and that CES 2012 may also see the launch of Lumia 719, the fourth handset in the Lumia series, along with some other handsets.
It is highly unlikely, though, that Nokia will shed any light onto what it intends to offer to the awaiting loyal fans during the event, at least not till the pre-event press meet.