6" Nokia phablet for AT&T to sport quad-core Snapdragon 800, lower-end Lumias getting 400 and 200
We just heard that Nokia's Full HD phablet is codenamed Bandit for internal consumption, and this latest listing adds to its monster 6" display a matching chipset, with Snapdragon 800 listed front and center.
The AT&T version of this 6" phablet is coded RM-940, and in fresh Bluetooth certification filings falls into a QDID category which lists the newest crop of Snapdragon processors powering a whole upcoming Lumia batch. These chipsets include the powerful quad-core Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974), but also 400 and 200 are listed for the portfolio, which we can assume is for the lower-end models slated for Q4 release.
We recently heard about another new Lumia coming down the pipe, with a 720p display and dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor, so this latest Bluetooth SIG filing seems to confirm the possibility once again.