A new Nokia smartphone, codenamed Ace, will be the first 4G LTE mobile phone with Windows Phone, according to a report.
MyNokiaBlog.com, an unofficial website that covers the latest Nokia products and announcements, said that the Nokia Ace will feature 4.3 inch massive Amoled ClearBack display. This massive screen bearing Nokia Windows Phone handset is expected in the first quarter of 2012.
To complement the massive display, this Windows Phone operating system running device will house 1.4 GHz processor. There’s no detail on whether this mobile processor will be dual-core or single core.
At this moment, the tipster stated that this handset will come with Mango update. An Interesting part of this Windows Phone will be the 8 megapixel autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss lens and we presume should be capable enough to record 1080p HD video. This smartphone will have 16 GB onboard storage which would be great enough for storing all multimedia and of course, the apps.
Nokia is expected to release this device in first quarter of 2012 in US and we presume that this handset might be shown at the Mobile World Congress 2012. This handset might be one of the Windows Phone Flagship devices for Nokia.
Besides Ace, Nokia is also working on two Windows Phone based devices — Searay, and Sabre.