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Nokia’s holding an event in Abu Dhabi later this month where the company is expected to introduce its first tablet, among other things.

While Nokia hasn’t officially unveiled the tablet yet, serial leaker @evleaks says it’ll come in black, white, red, and blue cyan colors, and he’s posted an image of the cyan model.

Previous leaks rumors suggest the tablet will run Windows RT, feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, support 4G LTE networks, and have a full HD display.

Nokia Lumia 2520

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4 replies on “Lilbits (10-11-2013): Is this the Nokia Lumia tablet?”

  1. That Steam controller demo looks quite good. Valve put that video out just at the right time. There’s lots of speculation about how the trackpads will do with various games. That’s a question pretty-much answered now thanks to the video.

    I’m surprised that touchpad controller scheme isn’t covered by multiple overlapping frivolous patents from the likes of Apple and Microsoft.

  2. Sony??? Typo fixed.
    Looking foward to see what nokia is bringing. Its either this or surface 2.

      1. Sorry Nokia,
        People don’t want tablets with good taste,
        People want tablets that taste good!

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