Today at CES, Nokia unveiled their re-entry to the US phone market, the Lumia 900. The device (which looks just like the 800), will be available exclusively on AT&T in the "coming months" but did not state on pricing or availability yet.
The Lumia 900 comes with LTE support built right in, and is the first Nokia LTE enabled phone on the market. Specifications are the same as the other devices as far as we know, sporting a 4.3" screen with ClearBlack AMOLED technology, 16GB of storage, 8MP back camera and a 1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255T processor.
Nokia said today that the storage size of 16GB is the only size available, but they will look at expanding this later. The market availability of the Lumia will be available in more and more markets around the world as the company chooses, targetting countries such as Australia at a later date.