The Register’s Neil McAllister cites new reports suggesting that Nokia is planning to release a tablet running Microsoft’s ill-fated Windows RT operating system.
The product is reportedly called “Sirius,” athough it’s unclear whether that’s will be its commercial name or just a codename. It will reportedly be powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC with 2GB of RAM, have a 10.1-inch panel like Surface RT’s, but with 1920-by-1080 resolution, a step up from Surface RT’s 1366-by-768.
Other rumored features include a 6MP rear camera and a 2MP front one, a Micro HDMI port, one Micro USB port, and a microSD reader that will support cards of up to 32GB, and battery life said to be in the 10-hour range.
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