Snapchat might be a great way to share things, but when it comes to disseminating a picture, which is a sort of a riddle, it is much more exciting. Nokia, the Finnish smartphone maker, has done the exact same thing. It has today used its Snapchat account to tease its speculated upcoming devices.
However, the image that has been teased by the company has nothing but a bunch of numbers separated by dots. Thus, there is nothing much to share about it - not even any ideas of what it could possibly be or even what it could suggest.
The image reveals "63,0,87,0,14,02,2014" number, which is surely a combination for something. Apart from the last three numbers "14,02,2014," which even an average intelligent person can understand, denotes a date, the first four numbers are what is creating most of the fuss. Moreover, the date is not anything but a hint to this year's Valentine's Day.
On the other hand, Nokia's curious fans have also ridiculously tried to decipher the string of the first four numbers by going so far as marking them in terms of geographical co-ordinates. But obviously, Nokia is not playing an intelligent Dan Brown-ish tricks from his novels here.
Not to consider it has an accurate interpretation, but the numbers "63,0,87,0" could possible mean a device name, as the pattern matches quite well with the company's 625, 925, 1020, etc. Thus following the syllogism, most probably, these numbers could be taken as two devices, first being Lumia 630 and the latter one could be called as Lumia 870.
But again, so far, we have not heard much about these two devices except the first one with the 630 moniker. It is speculated to be the dual SIM featuring Windows Phone, which was also called by the codename Moneypenny. It came online back in December last year. Moreover, this one could also be a successor to the company's Lumia 625 handset.
On the other hand, there is no clue about what the latter number could possibly mean. But reports online are trying to guess rather than decipher, say that there could be a less than a mild chance of the company naming the Normandy device with the 870 moniker when it comes to market.
We will let you know more as soon as the decipherers unfurl the mysteries beyond the Nokia's latest teaser with hidden riddle. Stay tuned to GizBot!