Nokia may be working on a Windows RT tablet with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and a 1920 x 1080 pixel display. Or maybe the company’s just testing prototypes… or working on a new phone… or maybe somebody’s just playing games with the GFXBench website.
Any way you look at it, test results and basic specs for an unannounced Nokia RX-114 device showed up at the website recently.
It’s also possible that these are test results for a tablet prototype that was tested and then discarded.
Spotted by the folks at Nokia Power User, it looks like the tablet features Qualcomm’s quad-core processor with Adreno 330 graphics.
While the system information page says the device has a 1371 x 771 pixel display, GFXBench has a habit of failing to count all the pixels on a screen. In this case, Nokia Power User points out that the resolution is similar to that of the Microsoft Surface Pro tablet — which means that it’s likely the RX-114 actually has a full 1080p HD display.
It’s not clear if we’re looking at a device with a 10 inch screen like the Surface Pro, or a model with a smaller or larger display. But if this device is real, it seems likely that it could be the long-rumored Nokia tablet running Windows RT.
Nokia currently offers a line of smartphones running Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system, and a few years ago the company released a Windows notebook called the Nokia Booklet 3G.
But right now the company doesn’t have a tablet or notebook in its product lineup.