New images purported to be of the Nokia Ace 900 Windows Phone have accidentally been leaked via a Christmas card distributed by a Microsoft partner. According to PocketNow, there are several clues on the device that suggest it is actually the Nokia Ace 900 instead of the Nokia Lumia 800 despite the near identical design.
Although looking very similar, the device depicted in the greeting card features subtle differences including a visible front-facing camera and a camera button located a bit higher. The device also features an AT&T logo as well as a 4G logo, which falls in line with rumors that AT&T will be launching three new 4G LTE Windows Phones early next year, around the same time the Nokia Ace 900 is expected to debut.
Paul Thurrot revealed that Microsoft has plans to launch the HTC Radiant and the Samsung Mandel Windows Phone devices on AT&T's 4G LTE network early next year, with the Nokia Ace 900 to also support 4G LTE with possibly the new Tango update and to ship on March 18. The Nokia Lumia 710 is believed to be the first to ship in the US on T-Mobile with Tango onboard and is due in April.