The New York Times has all but confirmed that AT&T and Nokia plan to unveil the new Nokia Lumia 900 Monday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The news was tucked in a NYT feature on the Windows Phone platform, and says the device will be a “sleek metallic” Windows Phone. It’s also supposed to be a shade larger than the Lumia 800, the flagship Windows Phone released overseas last month.
The Lumia 900 may also be called the “Ace,” and feature a front-facing camera, something the Lumia 800 was missing. We’ll be live at Nokia’s press conference tomorrow, so stay tuned.