We're not sure who to believe here. On the one hand, a pre-order page appeared online for the Nokia Lumia 900 just this week, giving the impression that the phone (less the LTE connectivity) would be coming to the UK. Now, a respected blogger (and one who tends to be right about Nokia's movements) says an improved model will actually be coming here - and before the 900 is said to be launching.Eldar Murtazin, the Russian blogger and indeed, a mobile insider with a good track record, took to Twitter to talk up the Nokia Lumia 910, heading to Europe in the not-too-distant future. His message was: 'Who needs lumia 900 in june [sic] if they want to launch lumia 910 (12mpx) in may? Europe'.From that (and nothing more was added), we can presume that Europe will get a 'new' phone in May, one with enhancements including a 12-megapixel camera. But with the change of name, perhaps other improvements too - a boost in processor possibly? It would be nice to think that Windows Phone 8 (Apollo) would be there, but that's unlikely to land until late 2012.What we are more confident of (if the 910 turns out to be fact) is a European launch at the MWC event. If the new phone does have a shelf date of May, a late February launch sounds about right. More news on this as and when we hear it. In the meantime, if you want to know more about the Lumia 900, get all the details here.
Source: So Mobile