Nokia 900 Windows Phone “on RDA’s offices in Finland”

| September 16, 2011 | 36 Replies

This story was first reported by WMPowerUser that says a Nokia 900 Windows Phone was “discovered” in Finland. The story is a touch fishy. It’s based on finding a bluetooth name saying “Nokia 900 Windows phone”. But the bluetooth name is so easy to name – I could easily call it iPhone 6.

However, the claim is that this bluetooth device was not scanning in any particular area. It was at Remote Device Access offices in Finland. RDA allows developers to access a host of Nokia handsets without actually having them to hand. A Nokia 600 was used to scan for some bluetooth devices where a “Nokia 900 Windows phone” was found. If these are Nokia premises you might think it’s a legit place to have such a Nokia 900. But since no one knows anything concrete about it, you wouldn’t think they’d be that careless to leave it in such a discoverable place. Then again, we did see the Nokia SeaRay’s actual housing in a N9 video recently. That (if you ignore Elop’s accidental presentation) was somewhat revealing existance of unannounced devices.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBL7Ej8zd40

Source: WMPowerUser

Thanks Just Visiting and htarhini for the tip!

 

 

Category: Nokia, Windows Phone

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  1. N00-00 says:

    Insteresting… But as a developer (Symbian, Qt and .NET), I’m really eager to see when Nokia introduces their WP devices for RDA testing.. They have done it for Symbian\Maemo5\Meego devices and has been a real asset for us developers to test on devices we dont have access to and also on newer versions of firmware(I’ve tested on Anna devices long before it came and am currently doing some testing on Belle and soon on the N9/N950).

  2. NokiaPort.de says:

    Is this worth a headline? Tomorrow we’ll see BT-renamed Nokia 901, 902 or even 999.

    Days ago I discovered Nokia 801 backstage, which seems much more reliable than a screenshot of RDA: http://twitter.com/#!/nokiaport/status/112516467819421696/photo/1

  3. masood.alkhter says:

    THE NAME FUCKIN DEVICE………………..GIVE IT A PROPPER NAME not a stupid numbers………thats old school.

  4. realtechie.. says:

    it’s the fucking searay i can bet because just think if nokia would have continued with their e and n series then their windows phone series wud have been w as tipped by eldar murtzain then the name of the device will b called w9-00 bt due to their new naming convention the phone has become nokia 900.

  5. Akash says:

    Very nice

  6. blackidea says:

    What device viewing the bt searce?
    New belle device?

  7. Jose Xavier says:

    I used RDA a lot and you can change the BT name of the devices.

  8. zaxxx says:

    my Bluetooth name is “Apple N90O Galaxy HD7″ and I’m using LG O2X :D

  9. Chen Zhe says:

    Maybe we can run Camera on RDA devices and see what’s happening there in Finland

  10. Hey do u know what its price? and when it will publish and launch in Mumbai ?

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