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Nokia Ace AT&T 900

It was just yesterday that a rumor surfaced claiming that a device carrying the codename Nokia Ace would be headed to AT&T next year with LTE connectivity in tow, but now purported renders of that very device have made their way online. The folks at Pocketnow explain that these images originated on a Christmas card from one of Microsoft's partners that apparently didn't realize that the Ace isn't quite official just yet. As you can see up above, the handset has both AT&T and Nokia branding directly above its display, as well as what looks to be a front-facing camera above the word "Nokia." The Ace itself looks fairly similar to the Lumia 800, although one notable difference between these two devices is the placement of the earpiece: on the 800, it's up near the top on the plastic portion of the phone, while on the Ace it's on the bezel surrounding the screen and also appears to be a tad wider than the one on the 800.

As far as launch information goes, the aforementioned rumor that made its way around the web yesterday alleged that the Ace will be traveling to Vegas and making its debut at CES next month, with an actual launch at AT&T set for March 18th. It was also reported that AT&T will be releasing two more LTE-capable Windows Phones, codenamed the HTC Radiant and Samsung Mandel, before the middle of next year, so it sounds like Windows Phone fans on AT&T will soon have more LTE handset choices than you can shake a live tile at. We'll be live at CES when it kicks off on January 10th, so be sure to keep it locked to PhoneDog to see if these Nokia Ace rumors and leaks hold true!

Nokia Ace AT&T 900

Via Pocketnow

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Ryan Nickell
Ryan Nickell On wp7 when the notifaction disasters can you make it reaper
Ezekiel Carsella
Ezekiel Carsella Nokia is going to make a comeback!11
Ezekiel Carsella
Ezekiel Carsella Lumina 800 is beast!!
Rafael Ordonez
Rafael Ordonez Last 3 years I have been using iPhones but I have to admit that Nokia made a good alternative with the Lumia 800. Nokia made a good choice with Windows, hopefully they manage to increase their own input in the UI to be different from other WP7 devices.
Geraldy Reyes
Geraldy Reyes Boo the fkn hoo, msft needed to tell the oems how to make the phones, so they wouldnt turn out to b the giant crap wm became, mainly due to wce kernel. Nokia needs to supply more than just att.
Hubert John Abiera
Hubert John Abiera Nokia needed the differentiation, there are too many players in the Android world and being the only OEM having WP source code access is quite enticing for Nokia.
Ernest Marvin Esteban
Ernest Marvin Esteban just make android phones Nokia to save yourself from the falling maketshare. Samsung is fastly overtaking you.
Hubert John Abiera
Hubert John Abiera Windows Phone is awesome. Consumer ratings for the phones are incredibly high and the OS is getting high marks from tech reviewers. iOS and Android are good, but I don't see myself switching out of Windows Phone.
Chris Robato
Chris Robato Windows Phone sucks. If I were to get one though I'll get an HTC or Samsung.
Dennis Heggenstaller
Dennis Heggenstaller AT&T can have that pos! lol
Geo Foreal
Geo Foreal Man f at&t! They get everything.
Eduardo Ordaz
Eduardo Ordaz Nokia should've made Android phones first. Wp7 is boring and the name is ridiculous. Plus doesnt microsoft tell the OEMs on how the phones should b made?
Joseph Olvera
Joseph Olvera Hopefully it gets a front facing camera and NFC.
James Ford
James Ford Android sucks, iPhone is overhyped, I love my windows 7 phone. Have used all three, windows phone 7 is definitely the better mobile OS.
Eric Casanova
Eric Casanova Nokia sucks
Elis Diaz
Elis Diaz I'm hoping Sprint gets a good windows phone soon, I want to upgrade to one of them. I'm wondering if they're waiting until their LTE network is up.
Richard Kalva
Richard Kalva Alot better than what T-Mobile keeps getting. Might be switching over to At&t because it seems they get the better Windows phone
Carlos Quinones
Carlos Quinones Looks good. Hopefully sprint gets a version of these lumia -esque phones. Love the design of the lumia
Jawad Moslih
Jawad Moslih if nokia start to use android systeme he will be the best phones company
Kenny Kenwad Holder
Kenny Kenwad Holder no sprint wp7? WTH SPRINT WHAT ARE YOU THINKING????
Reese Woodson
Reese Woodson I hope they at least put a FFC on it {o_O}
Joe Dominguez
Joe Dominguez The HTC Radar is a badass phone
Tariqul Islam
Tariqul Islam To each his own. I hope the HTC Radar does justice for both the OS and you.
Mahmudur Rahman
Mahmudur Rahman Its gonna be basically the same as the lumia but with a different look on the shell
Dallas Johnson
Dallas Johnson I didnt like the hd 7.. i am switching from sprint iphone 4s for the htc radar. I am hoping i like this phone. I am tired of the apple and andorid sensation. Its over rated anymore.
Tariqul Islam
Tariqul Islam NEED MOAR WP7! Preferably on more than one carrier; the CDMAs (Verizon and Sprint) definitely need a Mango device. I'm content with my HD7 on T-mo.
Stefan Sutter
Stefan Sutter I sure like the looks of the new Nokia phones. But is Windows Phone a platform with future? I already burned my fingers once on a not-so-good Nokia E50.
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