Over at wmpoweruser they have stumbled across a video that has a “phone” finding a “Nokia 900 Windows Phone” via bluetooth. Here is how they explain it.
As a Nokia developer he was accessing a Nokia N9 at Nokia’s Finnish offices using Remote Device Access (where developers can test their apps remotely on real handsets) and found, by searching for devices which are discoverable by Bluetooth, that there is a Nokia 900 Windows Phone handset somewhere in the vicinity.
Does this mean there is really a Nokia 900 floating around Espoo somewhere? Not really…I mean you can change your phone’s name to whatever you want at anytime. But on the other hand I really don’t think someone at Nokia specifically changed their phone’s name just to play a practical joke either.
Here is the video and you can make up your own mind on whether it’s real or not.
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