Images of Nokia’s Windows RT 8.1 tablet emerge




There are published online pictures of what supposedly Nokia’s upcoming Windows tablet. The device runs on Windows rumored RT 8.1 and the version appearing in the pictures is wearing the logo of the U.S. telecom carrier Verizon.

The tablet shown has a red casing and includes rear logos Nokia, Windows RT and Verizon. Also, Verizon 4G logo present, which indicates that support for network technology. The images are put online by a Chinese website , which claims that the device is manufactured by Taiwanese ODM Compal. Whether the images are authentic is to verify, but several sites have to say that Nokia intends to announce in September. Its first Windows 8 tablet heard from sources

The device would have a 10.1 “touch screen with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels and powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-soc.’s Rumored tablet runs on Windows RT 8.1, the special ARM version of Windows. Time being RT tablets proved unsuccessful. tablet would have about 32GB of storage capacity and include micro HDMI and USB 3.0 connectors.

As with Microsoft Surface tablets Nokia would loose keyboards to offer that can be. Attached to the tablet in a similar way This would have an extra battery built. The tablet would be just like the Lumia phones from the Finnish manufacturers in multiple colors to come.

Stories about Nokia’s entry into the tablet market has long been doing the rounds. Already in 2011 it was rumored that the company was working on a tablet, and in that same year said CEO Stephen Elop at Tweakers a Windows 8 tablet synergy opportunities “would provide. In February 2012 another top executive said there was no decision was taken about making a tablet, but in March of that year showed a designer of Nokia know that it was working on a tablet. An official product announcement has not yet been.



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