Nokia is planning to launch the yet-unannounced Lumia 910 in Europe this May, a renowned mobile insider has revealed.
Following the news that the Lumia 900 is coming to Blighty, Eldar Murtazin, Russian blogger and self-styled mobile insider, has revealed that the Finns’ are planning to launch a new Windows Phone handset – the Lumia 910 – in Europe later this year.
Speaking on Twitter, Murtazin said: “Who needs lumia 900 in june [sic] if they want to launch lumia 910 (12mpx) in may? Europe”.
Besides its 12 megapixel camera, further specs are still to be revealed. However, we’re assuming it’ll launch equipped running the latest version of Windows Phone software (be it Mango or Apollo), paired alongside powerful (possibly dual-core) innards and Nokia’s infamous ClearBlack-coated touchscreen.
Its name also suggests it’ll improve on the Lumia 900, which was launched earlier this month at CES in Vegas. On the spec-front, the 900 touts a 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED touchscreen, paired with Windows Phone Mango OS and a 1.4GHz dual-core processor. There’s also an 8 megapixel camera with HD video, a videocall shooter on the front of the phone, HSDPA and WiFi connectivity and a 1830mAh battery.
We’re expecting to hear more about the Lumia 910 at MWC, so we’ll bring you more details as soon as we get them.