Nokia's big CES debutant, the Lumia 900, is making headlines again today with the company revealing it'll launch in Canada and Europe in the second quarter of this year. An AT&T exclusive in the US, the 900 is yet to be released anywhere, but now we know it'll enjoy a more international reach when it does show up. The Canadian version will offer LTE just like in the US, while the Euro variant will be equipped with 42Mbps HSPA+ connectivity. Either way, Nokia is showing a definite awareness of the need to compete with fast mobile broadband options. International pricing has been set at 480 euros before taxes and subsidies.

Otherwise, the Lumia 900 is said to be entirely unchanged from the phone already announced, although there is the addition of a glossy white option to complement the matte black and cyan versions. Running Windows Phone 7.5 on a 4.3-inch AMOLED display, the Lumia 900 promises to be among the most desirable phones Microsoft's mobile platform has seen yet. You can see more of its shiny new white variety below.