It's been a few months since we last heard about the Nokia Lumia 910, but a new hint emerged this week, courtesy of the company's own Remote Developer Access tool. As Nokiapoweruser reports, the long-rumored handset has been listed in Nokia's RDA developer tool, as evidenced in the above screenshot. Unfortunately, there aren't many details beyond that, though the apparent leak will likely revive some of the rumors that began circulating earlier this year, when the Lumia 910 appeared on a Dutch retailer's website.

As listed, the device seemed largely identical to the Lumia 900, save for its lack of LTE, and, most notably, its 12-megapixel rear-facing camera. Nokia imaging chief Damian Dinning later refuted these claims, confirming that there is no 12-megapixel version of the Lumia 900. It's worth noting, however, that Dinning only denied the camera-related rumors, not the existence of the 910 itself, thereby fueling speculation that the device may feature the standard 8-megapixel sensor found on the Lumia 900.