Nokia Tablet Tipped for Launch By September 26-27

By Vivek

    Nokia has the best of the Windows Phone running handset and the worst part lies in the fact that it has not yet evolved to come up with a decent tablet. Moreover, there were numerous occasions when we heard that it is coming with a Windows running tablet but all in vain. However, the event date that has been out in online world hinting at September 26 and 27, has been creating quite a turmoil among the fans. Is it the tablet or some other devices? No one knows.

     

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    Nokia Tablet Tipped for Launch By September 26-27

    Moreover, there are reports asserting the existence of the Nokia tablet on the processing phase. However, speculations suggest that it will come out along with the Windows 8.1 OS. Not only that but the online report also say that the tablet would come with the Lumia design with colorful appearance and curved corners.

    It is further expected to come with an odd 11-inch display size and the recently leaked benchmark hinted at the tablet named RX-114. Which is said to be powered by a quad-core processor with Adreno 330 GPU graphics processor running on Windows RT.

    However, last time when we heard of Nokia tablet, it was said to dump the Windows RT variant and replace it with the Windows 8 platform. However, Nokia should better hurry up and decide which one to take. Moreover, looking at the recently launched Lumia 1020 handset with a super camera revolution, Nokia has to take care of it's reputation in the tablet segment as well.

    But at this point of time, there are no confirmed information on the specifications and features of the Nokia tablet. However, it will be a great joy for Nokia fans to see the Finnish giant coming out with it's first tablet possibly by September 26-27.

     

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