Another "leak" has appeared revealing yet more insights into Nokia's, currently fictional, Lumia 900 "Ace" smartphone.
Following up the previous Christmas card "leak," yet another picture, allegedly of the Lumia 900, has appeared. Reported by GSM Arena Wednesday, the image was listed as a "mockup" created using previous "leaked" photos of the device.
Not letting a lack of official word from Nokia stop it, GSM Arena went on to allege it had gained confirmation of the Lumia 900's spec. Specifically, GSM Arena reported that the new 900 will be released packing a 1.4GHz Scorpion CPU, 512MB of RAM and 4.3-inch screen.
Moving on to the physical plane, GSM Arena also reported the device would weigh around 160 grams and be around 12mm thick.
The rumour comes just after another "leaked" image of Nokia's fabled Lumia 900 "Ace" smartphone, sparking fresh hopes of a Consumer Electronics Show 2012 appearance on Monday.
The "leak" appeared after numerous tech sites reported spotting a Christmas card for AT&T's LTE network allegedly showing the Lumia 900.
Both leaked images appearances follow a previous report from Mobile Magazine suggesting it expected to see the new Windows Phone make an appearance 2012's CES trade show alongside Microsoft's new "Tango" operating system update.
Though no solid information has been given by Microsoft the upgrade to the company's current Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS is expected to host a slew of new features. Chief among the expected changes is added support for smaller screens, smaller chassis sizes and LTE - a fancy term for 4G.
Unfortunately, for those eager to see Nokia's next entry into its Windows Phone series, the company has issued no official information on the Lumia 900. When asked about the rumours Nokia representatives clarified, "[a]s per our longstanding policy, we do not comment on rumour or speculation."