Nokia is hoping to build upon the success of its debut Windows Phone devices and compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung by introducing a whole range of tablets and “hybrid” mobile devices. While there has recently been questions over whether or not the Finnish firm would indeed release a tablet, its chairman has […]
The tablet was originally planned to launch during the first quarter of this year, DigiTimes said, which doesn’t really make sense considering Microsoft’s own tablets launched just a few months ago. The device was originally expected to run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 processor, which currently powers dozens of high-end smartphones. Microsoft’s Windows RT tablet, by contrast, is powered by NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 chip. Nokia is apparently happy with the success of Microsoft’s own Windows RT tablet, which led it to decide to move forward on its own device.
Little else is known about the device, but we hope Nokia adds in NFC support and some sort of sharing mechanism that allows owners of Nokia’s tablet to easily share with Nokia-branded Windows Phone 8 devices.