Dutch retailer Typhone has just added a page for the Nokia Lumia 910, a phone which is specced almost identically to the Lumia 900, but swaps the 8-megapixel rear camera with a 12-megapixel unit. The only other apparent difference is in the handset's connectivity, as there's no LTE. If the Typhone listing is to be believed, this will be the first Nokia handset to have a 12-megapixel camera since the N8, which won widespread praise for the quality of its photos.
Typhone currently doesn't give an idea of when the device will be available (it's given as "date unknown"), though Eldar Murtazin suggests that it could launch as early as May. This means that it could beat the Lumia 900 to market in Europe if the June launch date we saw earlier this week proves to be true. It's also not clear how much of this is speculation on Typhone's part — the image clearly shows a Lumia 900 with the AT&T logo — but the spec sheet seems fairly exhaustive.