While Nokia’s recent acquisition agreement with software giant Microsoft means we might not be seeing devices bearing the finish firm’s name for much longer, the company still has a few left to unveil.
While not yet official, reliable tech rumour source @evleaks has suggested that Nokia will release a Windows tablet in the near future, calling it the Lumia 2520. Previous rumours have suggested that the device has had a working title of Sirius, but the latest report suggests that it will be named as a part of the company’s leading smartphone range.
This isn’t the first we’ve heard about a Nokia tablet, and previous leaks point towards the device having a 10.1-inch display, albeit with a surprisingly low ppi of only 156. Other rumoured specs include a Qualcomm Adreno GPU, 32GB internal storage and 4G LTE connectivity.
Nokia has lined up an event for 22 October when it is expected to launch the Lumia 1520 smartphone, which is widely thought to be the firm’s first phablet device. We wonder if the Lumia tablet may also emerge at the planned event.