AdDuplex’s Alan Mendelevich has noticed a new device showing up on AT&T, presumably in testing.
The device has a new model number, RM-877 and is clearly an AT&T device, based on the rest of its designation.
Most importantly the device has a HD 1280×768 HD screen, meaning another high end device is on its way to AT&T.
That device is suspected to be the Nokia EOS, the 41 megapixel Lumia, which is expected to be announced in May and which will presumably not replace the Nokia Lumia 920.
If so it will bring back the age of devices not just differentiated by price, but also niche, much like the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Samsung Note II are both high end devices, but serving different uses.
Do our readers think the market is ready for a range of high end Lumias in the market simultaneously, or will it divide Nokia’s marketing budget and lead to confusion? Let us know below.
Thanks hengxiang32401 for the tip.