Nokia Lumia Tablet

Lumia Tablet is the first tablet from Nokia and will feature Microsoft’s latest Windows RT operating system. Nokia is a bit late to the party but with the help of Microsoft it can change the tablet industry. Lumia Tablet was first rumored back in September 2012 where Nokia’s CEO stated that company is working on a Windows 8 tablet. Lumia tablet is rumored to feature a 10-inch HD display with the resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. It will be powered by Qualcomm’s Dual core processor and 1GB RAM. For multimedia Lumia tablet will come with a 8 Mega Pixel rear camera capable of shooting 1080p videos and 3 Mega Pixel front facing camera for skype video calls. Lumia Tablet will run Microsoft’s latest Windows RT OS. The Microsoft Office & Skype will be deeply integrated into the Windows RT. For connectivity, Lumia tablet will support Bluetooth 4.0, Wifi 802.11 b/g/n and LTE mobile connections. It will also ship with a 16GB internal storage. On September 5, Nokia launched its latest flagship Lumia 920 & mid range 820 running microsoft’s latest Windows Phone 8 OS. There is no official confirmation about Lumia Tablet but rumors are that it will be launched during Q3 of 2013. Stay tuned for more updates or follow @harrym20 on Twitter.

Update : New reports suggest that Nokia have decided to cancel its tablet project earlier this year. There is no confirmation on this but new images (pictured below) confirms the existence of Lumia tablet.

Update : According to a leaked GFXbench app test (pictured below), Nokia’s first tablet will be known by the codename RX-114 and is rumored to feature display resolution of 1371 x 771 pixels.

Update : According to a new report from Microsoft News, Nokia’s first tablet will feature a 10.1-inch 1080p display, 5 point multi-touch with wide viewing angles. It will be powered by 2.15GHz Snapdragon 800 processor. For connectivity, it will support microHDMI port, USB 3.0, Bluetooth 4.0 and Wifi 802.11 b/g/n. The Lumia tablet will come pre-installed with Windows RT 8.1. In addition to that it will come with an optional detachable keyboard/stand similar to Microsoft Surface Touch/Type cover. The Nokia Lumia tablet is rumored to be launched by the end of Q3 of 2013.

Update : Nokia’s first tablet device featuring 10.1-inch display and Windows RT is leaked ahead of official launch.

Update : According to a new from The Verge, Nokia tablet will be thinner than current iPad. For multimedia, it will feature a 6 Mega Pixel rear camera and 2 Mega Pixel front facing camera for video calls. The Nokia tablet is also known by its codename Sirius.

Update : According to new rumor, the Sirius tablet will feature a 10.1-inch IPS display with 1080p resolution. It will be powered by Qualcomm’s quad core 8974 processor. In size, Sirius tablet measures 8.9mm in thickness and weighs only 590g. In addition to that it will pack a 6.7 Mega Pixel rear camera with Carl Zeiss optics. The Sirius tablet is expected to go on sale for $499.

Update : According to @evleaks, Nokia’s first tablet device featuring Windows RT will be officially known as Lumia 2520. Nokia is expected to launch Lumia 2520 at a press event on October 22nd.

Update : Nokia’s first tablet Lumia 2520 featuring Windows RT passes FCC certification.

Update : Nokia’s first flagship tablet Lumia 2520 is leaked ahead of official launch. (Image credit : @evleaks)

Update : Nokia officially announced Lumia 2520 at an ‘Innovation Reinvented’ press event in Abu Dhabi on October 22nd.

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2 thoughts on “Nokia Lumia Tablet

  1. Nokia is too late to go into tablet market. Apple and Android slates are dominating this market. Microsoft’s Surface tablet sales are very disappointing. Lumia tablet will not help Nokia in any way.

    • Hi Jamie,

      I agree with the too late comment but have to say Surface sales are disappointing because it was over priced. Microsoft made a big mistake on setting the price. Nokia can avoid that and might just go for the low end tablet market.

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