A spec page for the Nokia Lumia 910 has shown up on the web. Live on Dutch retailer Typhone’s site, the Nokia 910 appears to be almost identical to the Lumia 900 that was unveiled at CES, however, swaps the 8-megapixel rear-facing camera in the 900 for a 12-megapixel shooter and gets rid of the LTE connectivity.
The image on Typhone’s site shows the Nokia Lumia 900 (with AT&T branding even), so there’s certainly a chance that other portions of the listing are inaccurate as well.
The Lumia 910 is rumored to be launching in May of this year. If that date holds true, then the 910 may potentially beat the Lumia 900 to market in Europe. The Lumia 900 is thought to be launching in March in the U.S. and in June in the UK (although no official release date has been announced), the handset will be one of the first (if not the first) LTE Windows Phones available in the United States, and is rumored to be selling on AT&T for just $99 with a new two-year agreement.
[via Windows Phone Central]