Nokia seemingly has plans to launch a European varient of the upcoming Lumia 900 smartphone that will feature an upgraded 12-megapixel camera. Dutch online cell phone retailer Typhone.nl has posted a listing for a smartphone it says will become available in the coming months. Using an image of AT&T’s flagship Lumia model, the company lists the Nokia Lumia 910 as featuring the same solid specs as its North American counterpart with the addition of an improved 12-megapixel camera. Since initially listing the handset, the retailer has updated its Lumia 910 page to say that after contact with Nokia, the vendor could not confirm the existence of the smartphone. The fact that the device page has not been taken down, however, suggests this still was an early listing rather than an error. BGR exclusively reported earlier this month that the U.S. version of the phone, the Lumia 900, will launch on AT&T in March for just $99.99 on contract. With retailers in Europe apparently now being made aware of the Lumia 900’s European counterpart, the Lumia 910 could launch soon after.