It’s only been a couple weeks since Nokia debuted their first Windows Phones, but today we’re getting something a little less official. The Nokia Lumia 900 has found its way to YouTube thanks to none other than Nokia themselves. Apparently the Finnish phone maker posted a video to court developers, promising them the combination of “Nokia’s stunning hardware” and “a dynamic Microsoft OS.”
The video has since been pulled (as expected), but the folks over at All About Phones were clever enough to download and re-upload the video to YouTube for all to enjoy.
We’re just a tad short on specs, but we do know this will be a 4.3-inch monster — about the same size as Samsung’s Windows-powered Focus S. On the design front, however, it seems Nokia is pulling more from their own Lumia design dress with a hint of Xperia Play mixed in there.
When we’ll actually see the phone in any official sense is still a bit of a mystery. There are two probable options: The Lumia 900 (codenamed Ace) will either show its face at CES in early January, or at Mobile World Congress in February. We’ll be at both events with our eyes peeled so stay tuned if this has piqued your interest.