Nokia Lumia 900 "Ace" specs leak

The Lumia 900, also known as the Ace, will be coming to AT&T and alleged specs have leaked about what the device will hold inside its attractive shell. According to Pocketnow, they state that the device will have a 4.3-inch WVGA display, 512MB of RAM, eight-megapixel camera, a 1830mAh battery and will ship with Mango; previous rumors had pegged that Tango would be the launch OS.

Although the device will debut on AT&T, it is said to contain a 1700 MHz radio which means that it will also work with T-Mobile's 3G too. The device weighs 160 grams which is 18 grams more than the Lumia 800.

Nokia is still working to re-enter the US market that it has been mostly absent from for the past few years. With the Lumia 710 landing on T-Mobile, and eventually Verizon, the Ace will surely be Nokia's flagship device in the US.

The device is expected to be officially unveiled at CES which is less than a week away. Neowin will be attending to bring you all of the tech news as it happens.

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What a joke!
Android is outdated in performance...at least when compared to WP7
An android phone is usually outdated in specs, 3 months after release!
Finally, the OS is ALWAYS outdated on 99% of android phones

Damien_666 said,
What a joke!
Android is outdated in performance...at least when compared to WP7
An android phone is usually outdated in specs, 3 months after release!
Finally, the OS is ALWAYS outdated on 99% of android phones

I agree with you, notice that /s means /sarcasm...

Keep in mind that AT&T uses not only 700 MHz spectrum for LTE, but also the AWS band for LTE (that is 1700/2100). This doesn't necessarily mean that the phone uses AWS for HSPA(+).

paulheu said,
Wow.. it's sure taking our Joey S bot a while to come up with one of it's predefined answers on this one..//

Yeah, sure is. His "Troll" button must have broken off of his keyboard... Overuse perhaps.

i hope this comes to telus soon.... Im not going to get it since im stil under contract... but my mom on the other hand LOL
She wants a big screen and big buttons so i think this will be just fine

WP7 doesn't support a card slot in the traditional sense. YOu might as well give up on that dream.

So will this be one of the 'top tier' Windows phones? If not then what would be considered one of the best out ?

este said,
So will this be one of the 'top tier' Windows phones? If not then what would be considered one of the best out ?

HTC Titan and the Samsung Focus S are probably the two top tiered Windows Phone's at the moment, though this would also probably be one of them.

i am surprised windows phone does not have bluetooth file transfer and card slot. Atleast no devices available here have them. I hope they bring in with those...

psreloaded said,
i am surprised windows phone does not have bluetooth file transfer and card slot. Atleast no devices available here have them. I hope they bring in with those...

I'm pretty sure that it does support Bluetooth file transfer... The card slot has been much discussed, and is currently not supported due to the way the OS treats storage...

M_Lyons10 said,

I'm pretty sure that it does support Bluetooth file transfer... The card slot has been much discussed, and is currently not supported due to the way the OS treats storage...

No, Windows Phone 7 does not support Bluetooth file transfer. It does support bluetooth headphones though. IMO this is one of the basic feature a smartphone should have. As for the external card, i'd say its poor desgn decision at Microsoft's end. Adding these two would make this phone perfect.

psreloaded said,

No, Windows Phone 7 does not support Bluetooth file transfer. It does support bluetooth headphones though. IMO this is one of the basic feature a smartphone should have. As for the external card, i'd say its poor desgn decision at Microsoft's end. Adding these two would make this phone perfect.


So how do you send/receive a pic or mp3 to a friend's phone?

psreloaded said,

No, Windows Phone 7 does not support Bluetooth file transfer. It does support bluetooth headphones though. IMO this is one of the basic feature a smartphone should have. As for the external card, i'd say its poor desgn decision at Microsoft's end. Adding these two would make this phone perfect.

Hm... I guess wireless sync uses wi-fi... Still usable, and more reliable than Blutooth... Eh. I'm happy with that.

That's asking for a ridiculous amount considering how little time they had to make these things. It's pretty amazing they managed to get out the 800 as quickly as they did... even if it did have a few teething problems.

markizvonschnitzel said,
I hope Lumia 9x0 apollo phone comes in a similar body.

This design is just perfect.


apollo is still a year away, but hope so as well. i'll be looking for next devices somewhere by then. but lumia 800 looks nicer to me. it's not so stylish when it's so big.

coth said,

apollo is still a year away, but hope so as well. i'll be looking for next devices somewhere by then. but lumia 800 looks nicer to me. it's not so stylish when it's so big.

I am up for a new phone right about christmas, so apollo it is
And personally, being bigger, does not impact style. And i would not ever go below 4in.

coth said,

apollo is still a year away, but hope so as well. i'll be looking for next devices somewhere by then. but lumia 800 looks nicer to me. it's not so stylish when it's so big.

I am up for a new phone right about christmas, so apollo it is
And personally, being bigger, does not impact style. And i would not ever go below 4in.

ShamilN said,
What are the differences between this an the Lumia 800?

Bigger screen, and judging by the photo from that greeting card, a front facing camera