Just in case all of the Nokia Ace/Lumia 900 leaks and rumors that've surfaced over the past couple of weeks haven't convinced you that the handset is real and headed for AT&T, another report about its existence has surfaced today. According to two sources speaking to the New York Times, Nokia is planning to unveil the Lumia 900 at CES in Las Vegas on Monday. No hard spec details about the 900 are mentioned in the NYT's article, but the piece does describe the smartphone as being "sleek" and "metallic."
So what kind of features can potential buyers expect out of the Lumia 900? If recent claims surrounding the device are true, it features a 4.3-inch WVGA display, 8-megapixel camera, 512MB RAM and an 1,830 mAh battery in a package that's powered by Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. The 900's reportedly going to be hitting AT&T in mid-March, but as I'm sure owners of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus can attest, release dates aren't official until they're official. The good news is that we're slowly inching closer to Monday and the 900's reported unveiling. And since we'll be on the ground at CES, you can bet that we'll bring you all of the news on the Lumia 900 as it happens. Keep it locked to PhoneDog for more!