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SG Best also listing Lumia 900 further proving the handset is coming outside U.S.

Singapore's SG Best, an online retailer, is listing the Nokia Lumia 900 as "coming soon", following the Carphone Warehouse posting (which was subsequently removed). This is further confirmation that the 900 will be coming to those who reside outside the U.S., which shouldn't come as a surprise - it makes sense that Nokia will have three Windows Phones to cater for three audiences.

The listing is not by accident neither as the specifications and display image all fit in line with the device. Although no date has been provided (the Carphone Warehouse stated June as the month for availability), SG Best at least reinstates hope of the handset traveling across the world.

Source: SG Best, via: Techin5; thanks Jubbing for the tip!

Rich Edmonds
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Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

10 Comments
  • Shame we have to wait so long, I would pick one up today if it was available. This phone should be released to the rest of the world at the same time.
  • This crazy site also lists the phone as running Windows Mobile. Come on guys, educate yourselves a bit about the phones you are selling.
  • umm, did no one catch the little icon in the picture representing the OS with an old school windows (im thinking 95?) logo with the word 'mobile' below it...?
  • Wouldn't be the first time, even people in retail still call it windows mobile or windows 7 phone.
  • ^ no real point there I guess, just saying its ridiculous how even phone retailers (supposed to be experts) even get it wrong...
  • I don't think that's a mistake. This Singapore online retailer has been selling phones way before WP7, when the only Windows phone in existence then were the WM kind. They probably see the logo as generic for all phone operating systems made by Microsoft.
  • Cheers for the link Rich!
  • Hmm, it is listed as supporting Adobe Flash... Maybe we should'nt trust this site too much, except for what has been officially said as far as tech specs.
  • Today, my Nokia rep and I talked about the design and materials as well as the look and feel of the device. When asked, he started that he was in possession of the device. Unfortunately, I was not allowed to see it. Feel free to take it with a grain of salt, but I , for one, believe him :-)
  • He would surely be talking about Lumia 800 :)