Microsoft Mercury, cancelled Windows Tablet Images surface Online

By Sudhiir

Ever Since the acquisition of Nokia by Microsoft, it has cancelled several devices that were under development. A device that was supposedly cancelled has made its appearance online. The device is the Microsoft Mercury. The images were leaked by one Twitter user who is familiar with the development.

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The Microsoft Mercury was supposedly a cancelled tablet that would run Windows 8.1 or newer and a design very similar to older Lumia phones at the time. It resembles the earlier Lumia phones, has a SIM card slot, 3G or LTE capable in the non-Wifi variant.

Microsoft Mercury, cancelled Windows Tablet Images surface Online

The display size is unknown. The bezel is small and has a front facing camera. The rear camera has a camera above the Microsoft logo at the center. There are no details regarding the specifications of the device. Also, there is no idea if Microsoft is working on a new tablet or has dropped the idea entirely. The device seems to be a good platform that Microsoft can develop.

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While Microsoft Surface are high end tablets, the Microsoft Mercury seems to be a more affordable one for general audiences. The Microsoft/Nokia Mercury is for regular use unlike the Surface tablet which is intended for Business users.


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