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Nokia Lumia 910 details surface online

A Dutch Retailer lists it as 3G smartphone with 4.3-inch display, 1.4 GHz processor and 12 MP camera.

Nokia will launch its fourth Lumia series device running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango which will be branded as Lumia 910, according to a Dutch retail site – Typhone.NL. The website listed full details of the handset on its site but later pulled it down which now redirects to Lumia 800 listing.

WPSauce spotted the listing and also managed to save a screen grab of the specifications. Nokia Lumia 910 will sport 4.3-inch Amoled display, 1.4 GHz processor and a 12 megapixel camera. There was no indication on the price of this handset.

The new Nokia 910, which appears to be an improved version of Lumia 900, will feature a 4.3-inch Amoled ClearBlack touchscreen display with 480×800 pixel resolution. This smartphone will house a 1.4 GHz mobile processor that will be most likely to be a single-core. This handset will run Windows Phone 7.5 Mango build.

Nokia has packed a 12-megapixel camera with LED Flash as well as to enable users to record videos and click high quality images. There’s no detail on whether Nokia has used Xenon Flash or Carl Zeiss optics for this Lumia smartphone specifically.

Front facing camera bearing Lumia 910 promises video telephony easily. It will be mere 12mm thick and weigh around 160 grams only. To make this handset run for long time, Nokia has added 1830 battery.

This Lumia 910 will support up to 21 speed offering network and also offer support for WiFi as well as 2.1. Users will have to purchase a micro cards separately for this high-end smartphone. Initially, the Lumia 910 will be launch in US through AT&T Network exclusively and later will be released for select markets by June this year.

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