Nokia and AT&T looking to drop LTE Ace Windows Phone in March 2012

Posted on Dec 29 2011 - 12:13pm by Mike Wewerka
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The folks over at the WinSuperSite have reported that aside from the HTC Radiant and Samsung Mandel, which are both LTE phones running Windows Phone OS, and are both coming next year to AT&T, we will be seeing another Nokia device, codenamed Ace. The Ace will supposedly launch with AT&T on March 18th and aside from being Nokia’s third Windows Phone device, it will be their first LTE device. The name is a codename at this point and we don’t know much about specs, other than it will still be a “single-core” processor due to the lack of dual-core support in Window Phone 7.5 (Mango).

If you can’t wait to see all three of these devices, don’t worry, they’ll all be shown off at CES 2012 in just a few weeks, then will be on sale in only two months or so.

If you Verizon folks are wondering why AT&T and T-Mobile are getting all the Nokia love, don’t sweat it, apparently the Nokia Lumia 710 will be heading Big Red’s way come April and there is the possibility of another device with LTE shortly after. If anything, feel bad for the Sprint folks who don’t have any Nokia phones, without even a rumor to cling on to for hope.

Source: WinSuperSite