Sunday, July 8, 2012
Posted by Saad Hashmi at 3:25 PM —
And so it continues. The Nokia RDA tools, intended for developers to remotely test their software on devices they wouldn't normally have access to, has been a surprising source of new device codename leaks. We've already seen evidence of a Nokia Lumia 910 and Lumia 1001, but apparently there are a few more floating around the RDA labs.
Nokia Power User has received a tip from an unnamed source with screenshots of the Nokia RDA tool showing that two more Lumia devices are in the waiting room. The Lumia 920 was spotted along with a reappearance of the Lumia 1001 (screenshot after the break), while the Lumia 950 was found separately. There were new Symbian devices discovered amongst the list as well, so there's at least a little bit of credibility to support these leaks.
However, we still can't help but wonder if these model names are real or not. The 910 made sense since it was rumored a long time ago, and the 1001 also falls within logic based on Nokia's need to clarify to customers which of their flagships is the superior device once Windows Phone 8 debuts later this year. Yet the only way we could see the Lumia 920 and 950 making sense would be if they were carrier-exclusive devices, which would create even more confusion. So for now, we'd avoid getting your hopes up too high about these "leaks".