Nokia Lumia 2020 Tablet Rumored To Launch in Q1 2014 Featuring Windows 8.1 RT and 8 inch Display

By Vivek

Just a couple of days ago Nokia's two Asha handsets allegedly appeared online in a form of image. Now the rumors are that the company has also been working out on a new tablet.

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Nokia Lumia 2020 Tablet Rumored To Launch in Q1 2014


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According to Digitimes, the company latest slate is called Nokia Lumia 2020. The tablet is said to be based on Microsoft's Windows 8.1 RT and will taunt an 8 inch display, similar to the Apple iPad mini.

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Further the Digitimes sources also said that the Lumia 2020 will come in the mid-to-high range price category. Sadly, there is no details on the specs of the device as of now. The company has not formally spoken about the device and when it comes to the availability of the device, speculations lead us to believe that, it will be launched sometime withing the first quarter of next year. Moreover, if the rumors and speculations turn out to be true, then we're sure to see it showcased either at CES in January or MWC in February.

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Moreover, there are rumors that suggest that the alleged Lumia 2020 is the stripped down version of the high end Lumia 2520 tablet which the company has already announced.

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