Nokia Windows RT Tablet Appears as "Sirius" on GFX: Reveals Quad Core CPU

By Vivek

Nokia Tablet has been on the rumor mill for quite some time now and the device which leaked few days ago has again surfaced on the Bluetooth Certification site. Not only that but the device has also been spotted with a model name RM-114 on AdDuplex. Moreover, earlier rumors suggested codename "Sirius" was given to the tablet and this part of the news has also been confirmed, as the GFX benchmark test mentions the name "Jinsh Sirius" clearly tagged to model RM-114.


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Accoding to the GFX benchmark, the tablet should come with a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor CPU based on ARM architecture and would also feature Adreno 330 GPU. Earlier leaks and rumors said that the device would also feature 2GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM (expandable).

Since Nokia these days is known for its superb camera technology, the tablet is also expected to come with a 6.7-mega pixel rear facing camera. Moreover, it is also said to feature "outdoor readability". When it comes to the display, speculations drawn from latest Red colored model image leak suggests that it would come with a large 10.1 inch screen with 1080 x 1920 resolution. The tablet would come with a battery that would offer 10 hours of power and it is also said to feature 4G LTE connectivity.

To talk about accessory, Nokia RT will also be bundled with a optional QWERTY equipped cover along with an embedded battery, very much like Microsoft Surface. It is said that Nokia and Microsoft are all set to unveil the device later this month by 26. Sadly, the price of the device has not been disclosed so far.


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