Nokia working on a tablet is no longer a secret. Over the past few months, there have been rumors citing the device is likely to appear next month in a New York City press event and expected to boast a Qualcomm quad-core processor, and very high-resolution display.
Now for the first time, detailed info regarding the Nokia’s tablet has revealed. According Microsoft-News.com, a tipster who shared some detailed information about the Nokia tablet that the device will run on Windows RT (8.1) – an ARM version of Microsoft Windows 8 operating system.
The device will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC clocked at 2.15 GHz, 10.1-inch FullHD display resolving 1920×1080 pixels. It also supports multi-touch up to 5 points and has low viewing angle. As far as internal memory is concerned, the Nokia’s first tablet will have a 32GB of storage.
Additionally, the rumor mill is churning that the device will have a detachable keyword similar to Microsoft’s Surface tablets. The keyboard also serves a stand and houses an extra battery, which will prolong the battery life significantly and keep the tablet’s light on longer.
In other features, the tablet will be available in cyan color and have several USB ports including a USB 3.0 port and microHDMI port at the back end.
Compal one of the largest OEM manufacturer of notebook computers is reportedly manufacturing the new Windows RT tablet from Nokia, which is still expected in late September 2013. While, AT&T cellular operator may be the first to offer the tablet for sale in United States.
Nokia has scheduled a press event in New York City for late September, whose theme will be the first in-house tablet, hopefully.
Source: Microsoft-News.com | Image via WPCentral