By Stephen Schenck | April 9, 2013 12:32 PM
AdDuplex has its latest round of Windows Phone data available, painting a broad picture of the current state of the WP market: which devices are most popular, where, and which carriers have the largest Windows Phone user bases. While the overall picture isn’t very surprising (Nokia dominating with HTC picking up the slack), one juicy little tidbit did surface while data for the report was tallied, revealing a previously unknown Nokia handset.
Nokia model RM-877 appears to be preparing for a launch on AT&T. The numbering is consistent with other up-and-coming Lumia phones that we’ve already seen signs of, but just what will this one be?
All we really have to go on is that RM-877 seems to feature a display with a 1280 x 768 resolution, so it will presumably be a high-end device. There are plenty of rumored Lumias that fit that bill, not the least of which would be the elusive Eos, supposedly bringing a 41-megapixel PureView camera to Windows Phone, but this could very well be another new Lumia entirely. With Verizon getting the 928 in the near future, AT&T may have its eye on securing a new Lumia flagship; this just might be it.