New Nokia 510, Belle 805, Lumia 910, 920, 950 and 1001
If you are a fan of Nokia devices, it appears that Nokia possibly has six new device in the pipeline, which have been outed by Nokia’s Remote Device Access (RDA) service, which enables developers to gain a little remote playtime with certain Nokia devices, and these six unannounced devices were spotted.
According to the guys over at Intomobile by way of GSM Arena, Nokia’s RDA tool has leaked six Nokia devices that we know nothing about yet, the Nokia 510, Nokia Belle 805, Nokia Lumia 910, Nokia Lumia 920, Lumia 950 and the Nokia Lumia 1001.
The Intomobile guys say that the Nokia 510 is probably a successor to the Nokia 500 that was announced way back in the August of 2011, and was the cheapest Symbian handset at roughly EUR 150, and the Nokia 510 will probably have updated specifications with a lower price point.
They also say that the Nokia Belle 805 could be a Nokia 808 PureView that lacks the large camera. When it comes to the Nokia Lumia 910, well this particular Windows Phone has been mentioned before, are was rumoured to come with a 12 megapixel camera, but Nokia was quick to deny the existence of the Nokia Lumia 910.
However according to the guys, both Verizon and Sprint will start to offer Windows Phone handsets at some point in the not too distant future, so it is possible that the Nokia Lumia 910, and Lumia 920 could be variants of the Nokia Lumia 900, and also suggest that the Nokia Lumia 950 could be a QWERTY model.
Which leaves the Nokia Lumia 1001, which the GSM Arena guys say is quite a jump in model name, and this could possibly suggest that the Nokia Lumia 1001 could possibly be a smartphone running Windows Phone 8 or even a Nokia tablet.
Of course one has to remember that even though these Nokia devices have popped up on Nokia’s RDA service, it doesn’t necessarily mean any of these will actually make it out into the mobile space, so for now all this should be taken with a pinch of salt, but if we hear more, we will of course pass it along.