Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 900 Arrives in White – Also Lumia 730 Sighted & Coming to MWC?

The Nokia Lumia 900 has been out spotted out and about sporting its new threads – and it’s a bit of all white.

Stateside pre-orders have gone live for the pale new model, which features a polycarbonate casing, not your average spray job, and boasts all the same high-spec features of the largest member of the Lumia family, meaning it comes with 4.3” display and a powerful battery capacity which supports all of its advancements on the 800. Windows Phone 7.5 runs off a 1.4GHz Qualcomm CPU with an impressive 8GB of onboard RAM. The white version of the Lumia 900 is expected to begin shipping in the US from March costing a whopping $650 – and if scheduling resembles anything like it did with the 800 model, a UK release could possibly follow a painfully lengthy three months later.

Speaking of Lumia 900, eagle-eyed scrutineers checking out one of the latest promo clips for the Windows Phone have spotted another of those infamous teasers from Nokia which suggests another member of the Lumia clan is set to drop – presumably joining the Europe oriented Lumia 910 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This time it seems the Lumia 730 has been prematurely outted before the February 27th to March 1st event. Sparse speculation surrounding the 730 makes us believe that this one will feature Windows Phone Tango, support LTE (4G) and feature an 8-megapixel rear-facing shooter.

The Finnish co.’s visit to MWC looks to set to outline Nokia’s 2012 intentions for the successful Lumia line as well as debut a few of the next Nokia Belle OS offerings. 

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