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RM-927 is the Verizon bound and RM-940 AT&T bound variants of the upcoming Phablet.

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[email protected] had teased us about RM-927 and RM-940 apart from the RM-937. We learned first from Alan and later found a family of variants in Nokia Care Suite compatible device list as well. These are RM-937, RM-938, RM-939 and RM-940.

http://www.nokiapoweruser.com/2013/08/16/lumia-device-rm-937-with-720p1080p-resolution-appears-in-adduplex-data-we-found-rm-938-rm-939-and-rm-940-as-well/

Also RM-927 and RM-940 have similar resolution as RM-937 and most importantly as revealed it seems RM-927 is Verizon bound and RM-940 is AT&T bound. So, it seems these all are different variants of the Phablet and,

RM-927    Verizon

RM-940   AT&T

RM-937   RM-938 and RM-939 may be Global, China Unicom and China Mobile variants of the Phablet.

These all were running WP8 version 8.0.10492.

One more variant RM-955 has been revealed in Adduplex report, which we know is the Lumia 925T for China Mobile.

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Nayan
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  • I bet the phablet has an 8.1-inch screen to match windows 8.1 software.

  • sri_tech

    Ideally I would like the phablet to be on all 4 major carriers but releasing on AT&T and Verizon better than being exclusive to only one of them.

    They need to release it in all major international markets quickly.

    • Kamal Mishra

      All the variants getting tested together gives rise to the possibility of wider release. Anyways, you are absolutely right about release in all major intl markets. I hope Nokia makes really most of this holiday season…

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