As you may already know, this week Nokia announced the Lumia 900 handset in Las Vegas at CES 2012. We know all these is to know about this phone, aside from the launch date, that was leaked thanks to a recent developer newsletter. Apparently, this Windows Phone model is coming to AT&T in March.

Last I heard inside sources were mentioning the date March 18, as the exact time frame of the debut for this 4.3 inch smartphone. There’s also MWC 2012 coming till then, so we might see some more demos and services specifically created for this model, in order to make the Mango OS experience more appealing. Just a quick reminder of what we’re dealing with here: 1.4GHz processor, support for AT&T LTE, a 4.3 inch AMOLED display, an 8 megapixel camera, front facing cam for video calling and 16GB of storage.

There’s also 512MB of RAM and that beautiful polycarbonate shell that everyone has been raving about since the N9 came out. Rumors say that there’s a multi million dollar marketing campaign behind this phone, that’s meant to take the USA by storm. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see what MS and Nokia deliver to us…

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