Nokia has prematurely revealed the Nokia Lumia 900 White, in what appears to be a Facebook photo gaffe, in the process apparently confirming that the 4.3-inch Windows Phone is launching internationally. Although Nokia apparently meant to talk about the white Lumia 800 we played with yesterday, its photo clearly shows the front-camera-toting Lumia 900 announced in AT&T LTE form back at CES.
However, there's no AT&T branding to be seen on this white Lumia 900, lending weight to speculation that Nokia will indeed be selling it - probably without LTE, however - outside of the US. That's no bad thing, as the 4.3-inch phone has a great ClearBlack AMOLED display, 8-megapixel camera and a front-facing camera, along with a bigger, 1,830mAh battery than its Lumia 800 sibling.
Exactly when the international Lumia 900 will be confirmed is unclear, though with Mobile World Congress fast approaching there's plenty of reason to assume it may be brought out into the light in Barcelona at the end of the month. Some UK retailers have already started listing it as a June release.
Meanwhile there's also talk of an improved Lumia 910 complete with a 12-megapixel camera. That's been tipped to arrive in May 2012.