Nokia Lumia 900 to hit the US in early 2012

We've witnessed the power of Nokia's marketing efforts with the Finnish manufacturer tripling expenditure, and hosting a huge night in London, where Deadmau5 blew a number of speakers and the Millbank Tower was transformed into a massive presentation. We know that Nokia is set to move into the U.S., and their push will need to be strong to have any hope in capturing market share.

BGR now reports they have trusted sources that confirm recent Lumia 900 rumours. According to their report, the 900 will be Nokia's flagship device, which will aid the manufacturer in their U.S. campaign. The handset is set to sport a 1.4GHz processor, 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display, an 8MP camera, will share the same identity as the 800, and will ship with Windows Phone "Tango". We'll have to wait and see what happens at CES.

Source: BGR, thanks to everyone for the tips!

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