Nokia’s upcoming tablet made its way through the FCC this weekend. While the phone maker has yet to actually announce that it’s building a tablet, a dig through the Dipole Validation Kit Reports shows a few diagrams which show that the device is a tablet.
There aren’t any details about the processor, operating system, or other specs. But it’s a 3G and 4G capable device that should work with AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile’s wireless networks in the United States.
Nokia is holding an event on October 22nd, where it’s likely the company will introduced the new tablet, along with other new products.
If the rumors and leaks that have been coming out for the past few months are true, this tablet could feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and run Windows RT software — which would make it one of the few tablets from a company other than Microsoft to run Windows RT. Of course, Microsoft is in the process of acquiring Nokia, so soon the company might still be the only one selling Windows RT hardware.