Some manufacturers have chosen to cut down on their smartphone releases for 2012 so they can focus on delivering better products. One manufacturer that comes to mind for that is HTC, so just recently announced such a plan.
But for others, the complete opposite makes sense.
Nokia, in the timeframe of just three months, has released three different Lumia phones around. The first was the Lumia 800, followed by the Lumia 710, and finally the Lumia 900. They're all fantastic Windows Phones, but Nokia does need to get itself recognized once again, and the company is doing that by releasing yet another Lumia.
The Lumia 910 that you see in the picture above is a relatively speedy Windows Phone. It's got a 1.4GHz single-core processor, 16GB of internal storage, and a killer 12MP camera that I assume is going to be another Carl Zeiss lens like the one found in the Lumia 900.
Mobile World Congress is just three weeks away, and Nokia's keynote is scheduled for the first day of the four day event. Because of this, I'd recommend waiting on any phone purchase, regardless of your OS of choice. This year's MWC is rumored to be pretty awesome already.[SlashGear]