Newsbrief by Dan Seifert on Saturday January 07, 2012.
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The New York Times is reporting that the long-awaited flagship Nokia Windows Phone smartphone for the U.S. will debut next week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Citing unnamed sources, the Times describes the phone as "sleek" and "metallic," and says it will be named the Lumia 900. It will be carried by AT&T, but the sources did not specify as to whether or not it would have support for AT&T's new 4G LTE network. Earlier rumors have said that the forthcoming device will have a large, 4.3-inch display with a similar industrial design to the already-released Lumia 800. We should have more information this coming Monday when the CES show officially kicks off.source: The New York Times