Nokia Lumia 910 pops up online sporting 12-megapixel camera

The Nokia Lumia 910 has popped up online, showing off a 12-megapixel camera and a similar design to the Lumia 900.

The Nokia Lumia 910 has popped up on a Dutch phone site, showing off a 12-megapixel camera and a similar design to the already-announced Lumia 900 .

The listing was spied by WPsauce.com, but those hoping for a radically different Lumia will be disappointed -- reading down the list of specs, the Windows Phone-powered 910 looks almost identical to the Lumia 900 , which was only announced a few weeks ago.

That means a 4.3-inch 480x800-pixel display, a 1.4GHz processor, Windows Phone 7.5 (aka Mango ) and 16GB of internal storage. The 12-megapixel camera appears to be the only thing that's new, in fact.

Nokia unveiled the Lumia 900 with a theatrical flourish at the CES trade show in Las Vegas earlier in the month. It's packed with 4G tech, which led us to believe it wouldn't be coming out in the UK.

But then, to our merriment, we spotted a listing for the Lumia 900 on a Carphone Warhouse site , which claimed that the phone would be hitting the UK in June. That page has gone offline though, leaving us wondering whether in fact the Lumia 910 is the version we'll be seeing here in Blighty.

Nokia has said that it has sold well over a million of its Lumia mobiles. We certainly admired the Lumia 800, and we're fans of the Windows Phone operating system, so we're eager to get our greasy paws on whatever the next incarnation turns out to be.

The Lumia may well be going great guns, but it's in the shadow of the iPhone , with Apple saying it flogged a staggering 37 million mobiles in the last 14 weeks of 2012.

Do you think Nokia can take on Apple? What do you think of Windows Phone? Tell us in the comments or on our Facebook wall.

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