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Big-screen WinPho boy will be LTE-less

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Nokia's Lumia 900, the Windows Phone 7.5 handset that's literally the bigger sibling of the Lumia 800, will be out here in June, Carphone Warehouse has seemingly let slip.

CW just posted a page on its website for the upcoming 4.3in OLED screen smartphone, launched earlier this month at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

Nokia Lumia 900

CW then pulled the page, presumably at the Finnish phone giant's insistence. But not before a variety of quick-fingered viewers snapped the page.

The specs are well known, and only a fool would anticipate that that the LTE-equipped 900 announced at CES will come to Blighty. Our mobile infrastructure is rapidly entering its frail dotage, and you won't get 4G for some time yet, you young whippersnapper. And get your hair cut.

No, we'll get an HSPA 3G model. ®

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