Looking forward to getting your hands on the brand new Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone? Well, the good news is that its exclusivity for AT&T may only be a temporary one, at least 45 days according to a new rumor that has been sent in to Paul Thurrott at WinSuperSite. We guess that there are users on other networks that might want to get in on the Lumia 900 action but may be unwilling to make the switch over to AT&T’s network.
The rumor is claiming that pretty much all the major carriers will be getting their own versions of the Lumia 900, although to be honest at the moment Verizon is probably looking like the best candidate since at the moment they are the only other carrier offering 4G LTE connectivity. The rumors have also suggested that the Nokia Lumia 900 will be seeing a bump from the original 8MP to a 12MP camera.
Sounds like a long shot? Possibly. We suggest taking this piece of rumor with a grain of salt for now until more concrete information starts to surface. For those who might have forgotten, the Nokia Lumia 900 is Nokia’s new flagship Windows Phone handset that was recently unveiled at CES 2012. It sports 4G LTE connectivity, a 4.3” AMOLED clear black display, a 1,830,mAh battery and a front-facing camera, but otherwise its internals remains the same as the Lumia 800. This means we can expect a 1.4GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, an 8MP Carl Zeiss rear-facing camera with Windows Phone 7.5 running the show.