We’ve been expecting a Windows tablet from Nokia for a year now, after the Finnish firm confirmed it was working on one. However, only handsets have been released including the Lumia 925. Now, a photo has been leaked, showing a Nokia tablet running Windows RT (a trimmed down version of Windows 8).
SlashGear reports, “The fabled Nokia Lumia tablet, complete with a set of specifications that are set to put suggestions of a final run to rest. What we’ve got here is a very unconfirmed sort of situation, but a friendly vision to behold, nonetheless. With Nokia’s name at its back, this 10.1-inch tablet exists somewhere in the land of lost prototypes – complete with NVIDIA inside.”
SlashGear adds, “All the provider of this set of images will say about the set of them is the idea that the machine was dropped, never having made it past the point of initial product testing. Through WPC forums it’s stated that this machine works with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz and runs Windows RT.
“It’s said that this piece of machinery also holds 2GB of RAM, HDMI-out at least one full-sized USB port, a microSIM card slot, and a 16-point touch touchscreen up front.”
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