Hints of Nokia Lumia 910 in RDA tool

The Nokia Lumia 900 was announced at CES 2012 and has been available in the US since April 2012. But well before it's availability, details of Lumia 910 had surfaced on a Dutch retailer's site.

The specs sheet mentioned a 12MP rear camera addition with other specifications remaining the same as the Lumia 900, coming to Verizon. Now nokiapoweruser.com has posted a leaked image that appears to show a Nokia Lumia 910 appearing in the Remote Developer Access tool. We should note that it is easy to spoof this information in the tool, so it is possible this information is not accurate.

The Lumia series is the ace card for Nokia, with which the Finnish manufacturer is intending to make it big in the smartphone market.

Will it be a refreshed version of the Lumia 900, or a completely different device altogether? Time will tell.

Source & Image: Nokiapoweruser

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Yeah, I expect the Lumia 1001 that is also mentioned in that same RDA system and not mentioned in this article will be the real Windows Phone 8 Nokia phone to have.

Would be fairly idiotic to create an entirely new device, but with almost none of the new hardware features just to support WP8 in the future.

Either the specs are placeholder or i think it may be signs that they will give you an option to cheaply/freely upgrade to 910 if you're an exisiting Lumia 900 owner, so same features, but you can upgrade to windows phone 8.

FISKER_Q said,

give you an option to cheaply/freely upgrade to 910 if you're an exisiting Lumia 900 owner, so same features, but you can upgrade to windows phone 8.

that would be neat, but wouldn't they have announced something like that already, to keep potential customers from holding out until the WP8 launch?

Well, the 900 was certainly beautiful in design, shame it didn't have Android on it... that unibody design was really slick. (Just my opinion, WP7 isn't bad, just not what I prefer)

Certainly looking forward to seeing how Nokia steps it up a notch, or maybe just keep the same design, but upgrade the specs a bit.