The first Windows Phone devices from Nokia are only a few months away, but no specific info on what they might include has emerged until now.
Today, however, what allegedly represents a rendering
of Nokia 900, one of the first Windows Phone devices from the company, has just made it on the Internet, complemented by a list of possible specs for it.
Whether only a fan-created image or a concept device, the handset does seem impressive, and would certainly be able to conquer the hearts of a wide range of users, provided that Nokia indeed have in on shelves in the near future.
Nokia already promised great Windows Phone
devices, which are necessary to ensure that it manages to regain the market share it has been losing lately to rival companies.
The Nokia 900 might be one of these, even if the specifications list that accompanies it would rather bring it closer to some of the concept phones we've already seen around the web.
For example, the smartphone is said to be headed for the market with a large 4-inch touchscreen display that can boast a 720p resolution, along with a 1.5GHz application processor that would deliver great performance capabilities.
Moreover, the Nokia 900 should include a 12-megapixel photo snapper, the same as the one on Nokia N8, which was just updated
with a range of new features.
The usual set of connectivity capabilities should be included into the mix as well, such as Bluetooth, WiFi, 3G, or NFC, as well as built-in GPS receiver.
The Windows Phone
device should include 32GB of internal memory, expandable via a microSD memory card slot, as well as a 1600 mAh battery for extended usage time.
The Nokia 900 might be released on the market in the first quarter of the next year, and should be priced at around 500 Euros before taxes and subsidies.
All in all, the smartphone does seem like a great addition to Nokia's lineup, even if some of the specs seem too good to be true. Hopefully, the rumor will pan out, though we'll take it with a grain of salt for the time being.