The guys behind popular Chinese app Love Wallpaper HD has dug out traces of several interesting devices out of their server log. Among the traces left by various handsets, the following oddities were caught:

  • Huawei H889L
  • Samsung SCH-I930
  • Nokia RM-860_nam_usa_100
  • Nokia RM-877_nam_att_205

As to what exactly these devices are, we can only make wild guesses. Huawei isn't working on a lot of Windows Phone devices, so that one should be fairly easy. Most likely H889L will be the rumored Ascend W2. As to Samsung, we know the Ativ S is codenamed GT-I8705, and Aive Odyssey SGH-T900M. Therefore SCH-I930 should be a whole new device, instead of some new variation of existing ones.

Nokia RM-877_nam_att_205 is obviously a new phone for AT&T. Alan Mendelevich from AdDuplex has already mentioned this one on Twitter. Nokia RM-860_nam_usa_100 is a harder guess. Something new for the US market for sure. CDMA flavor of existing devices? Can't be sure.

There really is nothing solid in these codenames and as always if we hear anything definitive, we'll pass it on. It is nice to know OEMs are busy working on new Windows Phone devices in this period of relative quiet.

Source: WPDang