Nokia Lumia 900 is set to make its debut at the International Consumer Electronics Show, next week, in Las Vegas. Although the trade fair will kick off on January 10, it appears that Nokia and AT&T plan to announce the smartphone one day ahead of CES 2012.
According to NYTimes citing two reliable sources close to the matter, Nokia and AT&T will announced the Nokia Lumia 900 on Monday, January 9.
The device will probably go by a different name, as Nokia Ace and will be delivered with full LTE support.
No word on the phone's pricing options yet, but there's a high chance this one will go for around $300 with a new two-year agreement.
Even though the Lumia 900 was rumored to run Windows Phone Tango, the latest hearsay confirm that the smartphone will be powered by Windows Phone 7.5 Mango after all.