Nokia Lumia 910 details surface on Dutch website?

The Lumia 900 has not launched yet in the US but Dutch retailer typhone.nl has posted up a Lumia 910 holding page complete with spec list. 

The images on the site are of the AT&T Lumia 900 and considering the branding of 910, we would expect it to be the same device but most likely without the LTE radio. Another addition, according to the spec sheet posted on the site, which we can not confirm, says that the device will have a 12 MP camera.

It could be possible that because the device will not need an LTE radio, Nokia was able to place a higher MP sensor in to the device while maintaining the same cost as the Lumia 900. 

Nokia has not announced the Lumia 910 but we expect that it will be announced in the near future.

Nokia is betting big on the Lumia series and it recently announced that it has shipped over one million units during its latest earnings call. For Microsoft, Nokia is the company's best chance at making a serious dent in the marketplace as the company produces unique devices that other manufactures have yet to match. 

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Fritzly said,
Still 16 GB of memory?.............. No 32 GB option?............. Slightly disappointed..... if true.....

I know what you mean but I cannot see why I should own any 32GB phone/music player. The only thing you will be storing on the phone itself is your Apps, Contacts and pictures or videos which do not take so much space. Then you have your music ofc. I have never seen anyone listening to 16GB of music at any given time, they just keep throwing the new stuff on it and leave the old ones wasting space. If you feel like playing it risky, you can open up the phone (which voids your waranty) and replace the internal microSD card. Most WP7.x users did it anyway. Recommendation is a class 10 32GB Kingston.

Riva said,

I know what you mean but I cannot see why I should own any 32GB phone/music player. The only thing you will be storing on the phone itself is your Apps, Contacts and pictures or videos which do not take so much space. Then you have your music ofc. I have never seen anyone listening to 16GB of music at any given time, they just keep throwing the new stuff on it and leave the old ones wasting space. If you feel like playing it risky, you can open up the phone (which voids your waranty) and replace the internal microSD card. Most WP7.x users did it anyway. Recommendation is a class 10 32GB Kingston.

Exactly!

Fritzly said,
Still 16 GB of memory?.............. No 32 GB option?............. Slightly disappointed..... if true.....

To the cloud!

Riva said,

I know what you mean but I cannot see why I should own any 32GB phone/music player.

People said the same thing about the 5 GB iPod back in 2001.

Riva said,

I know what you mean but I cannot see why I should own any 32GB phone/music player. The only thing you will be storing on the phone itself is your Apps, Contacts and pictures or videos which do not take so much space. Then you have your music ofc. I have never seen anyone listening to 16GB of music at any given time, they just keep throwing the new stuff on it and leave the old ones wasting space. If you feel like playing it risky, you can open up the phone (which voids your waranty) and replace the internal microSD card. Most WP7.x users did it anyway. Recommendation is a class 10 32GB Kingston.

I totally agree with you: personal needs vary. On my Lumia 800 I have 6GB of pictures and another 6GB of music; others could have different interest but this is the reason why you can buy different sizes of a packaged food product for example.
OEM should check Apple, successful, strategy: you sell a device with a fixed, not expandable, storage space; offer at least two options.

Enron said,

To the cloud!

No thanks; I have a server in my house because i prefer to store things locally.

besides what happened to the magic word "OPTIONS"?
if

smooth3006 said,
....

Uhm, if you're speaking of windows phone alone.
Nokia tops worldwide phone shipments.
It's only a matter of time before the market shifts.

dotf said,

Uhm, if you're speaking of windows phone alone.
Nokia tops worldwide phone shipments.
It's only a matter of time before the market shifts.

Nokia doesn't top worldwide shipments any more. In fact Nokia's shipments were down 23% (21% smartphones) last quarter.

alexalex said,

Nokia doesn't top worldwide shipments any more. In fact Nokia's shipments were down 23% (21% smartphones) last quarter.

Yeah, but what makes you think they will fail at getting back up to normal numbers?
Windows phone isnt exactly selling hundreds of millions, but it is selling good for a new OS. Just wait for 2012 and you will see.

alexalex said,

Nokia doesn't top worldwide shipments any more. In fact Nokia's shipments were down 23% (21% smartphones) last quarter.


Maybe it has something to do with the fact that they have only released two smartphones which one was at the very last end of the year?
Dont keep your hopes up though android boy, with HTC running out of money nuking the market with Android handsets and Microsofts aggressive marketing & payouts, I am certain things will change quickly.

smooth3006 said,
in case you haven't been paying attention, nokia numbers have been horrid. it has nothing to do with android.

Yawnnnn.

alexalex said,

Nokia doesn't top worldwide shipments any more. In fact Nokia's shipments were down 23% (21% smartphones) last quarter.

I guess HTC is going to fail now too with their 25% drop.

Good thing your Android has two cores. At least one of them is at 100% utilization running your troll comment generator.

Enron said,
Good thing your Android has two cores. At least one of them is at 100% utilization running your troll comment generator.
LOL

.fahim said,
^ Because every Windows Phone has the resolution laid down by Microsoft, regardless of screen size

Y'all are confusing screen resolution and camera picture resolution.

Richio said,
Shouldn't the resolution be higher?

you mean camera? Then no, I just want a decent sensor for higher quality images and faster action with better low light capabilities. 12 mp is more than enough anyway, unless your caught up in the mp numbers race

duddit2 said,

you mean camera? Then no, I just want a decent sensor for higher quality images and faster action with better low light capabilities. 12 mp is more than enough anyway, unless your caught up in the mp numbers race

Pretty sure he's talking about the screen res.