By Anton D. Nagy | January 10, 2012 10:55 AM
We’re just hopefully a couple of minutes away from the AT&T event in Las Vegas where everyone expects the carrier to unveil the highly anticipated Nokia Lumia 900 (aka Ace).
We can now not only see the official, though minuscule, renders of the phone (what we previously had was a mock-up, though a good one) but also catch some details of the device coming to AT&T’s LTE network. There’s a real resemblance with the Lumia 800 and the Nokia N9 and it’s worth mentioning that the manufacturer seems to have placed the flash back to the left of the camera (like it was on the Nokia N9) rather then on top of it (like the Lumia 800).
AT&T’s proprietary software is also present on the phone, as with any Windows Phone-powered device from the line-up. In the package are also ESPN, Spotify, Nokia Maps, and Nokia Drive. Oh, and in case you were wondering, it’s “polycarbonate unibody”, not metallic as NYT hinted.