PocketNow has gotten their hands on details about the Nokia Lumia 900 (aka, Ace), which is heading to AT&T. Despite past speculation that it would ship with the version of Windows Phone known as Tango, it will indeed have version 7.5 Mango. As Nokia's flagship phone, the Lumia 900 will sport:
- 4.3-inch WVGA display
- 512MB of RAM
- 8MP camera
- 1830mAh battery
The Ace weighs in at 160 grams, just slightly more than the Lumia 800's 142 grams. This is doubtless due in part to the larger screen. Despite the greater weight, both handsets look to have the same thickness, about 12mm. PocketNow took the specs of both phones and used them to create the above comparison picture.
It's not yet known how much storage the Ace will have, but a supposed leaked spec sheet from October showed both a 16GB and 32GB option, though its veracity has been highly questioned. Based on what we know of Nokia's other handsets, there is no evidence to support the theory that they would offer multiple storage options. We should find out for sure at CES, where it is also expected that Nokia will unveil a mid-range offering, the Lumia 719.