Well, what do we have here? It appears that an unannounced Nokia Lumia handset has popped up in the Finnish manufacturer's Remote Device Access tool. As you can see in the shot above, the name "Lumia 910" made an appearance in the RDA software, which is used for developers to test their apps on Nokia devices remotely. Unfortunately, the tool didn't offer up any other details on this mystery product.
This isn't the first time that the Lumia 910 name has made the rounds in the rumor mill, as a device bearing that name popped up on a Danish retailer's website earlier this year looking like a tweaked version of the Lumia 900 with a 12-megapixel camera. While a Nokia executive later shot down the rumors of a 12-megapixel Lumia 900 variant, he didn't dismiss the Lumia 910 name altogether. That doesn't exactly help us in figuring out just what the Lumia 910 is (if it does indeed exist), but the device's model number seemingly suggests that it's some sort of follow-up (perhaps of the Windows Phone 8 variety?) to the Lumia 900. We'll keep our eyes peeled for more. While we wait for additional details to surface, our comments section below is ready and waiting for you to stop by and speculate as to what you think the Lumia 910 could be.