When Windows Phone 8 will hit the market later this year, Nokia is going to be among the first manufacturers (if not the first) to introduce handsets running it. One of these handsets might be the Nokia Lumia 910.
We first heard about the 910 in January, when the Lumia 900 wasn’t even out. Back then, it was said that the 910 would be introduced in May. That obviously didn’t happen. And now we’re hearing about the Lumia 910 again. But this time it’s a bit more official, as the smartphone has been spotted in Nokia’s Device Application Access program.
Sadly, we still don’t know anything about the Lumia 910. But it’s obvious that it will be a successor to the 900. And since the 900 is Nokia’s current WP flagship, the 910 should be also a flagship, hence we’re expecting it to come with Windows Phone 8, not Windows Phone 7.8. Let’s hope more details on this will be unveiled soon.
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