Nokia’s first Windows tablet launched in October, but it looks like the company may already be working on a second. Evidence of an 8.3 inch Nokia tablet with a 1920 x 1080 pixel display has shown up at an Indian site, and it looks like the tablet will have a SIM card for mobile broadband.
That’s about all we know about the tablet at this point, other than the fact that it’s called the RX-115 in India, but it’s rumored to be labeled the Nokia Lumia 2020 if and when it goes on sale elsewhere.
It’s likely that the tablet would have an ARM-based processor and run Windows RT, just like the 10 inch Lumia 2520. But it’s always possible that Nokia could take a different approach and use an Intel or AMD processor and Windows 8.1 software.
Acer, Dell, Lenovo, and Toshiba have all recently launched 8 inch Windows 8 tablets with Intel Bay Trail processors.
Nokia is the only company other than Microsoft that’s currently producing tablets that run Windows RT software — and since Microsoft is in the process of acquiring Nokia, soon there might only really be one company making Windows RT hardware.