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.

Nokia GFXBench

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.

via SlashGear

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3 replies on “Nokia device with Snapdragon 800 chip shows up in benchmark results”

  1. The average RT customer:

    “Ohhh, I saw all these tablets dancing a happy dance with people on Television!”

    “I think I’ll put on my pyjamas and walk over to Walmart to get one too! What was that called again? Microsomething RT? Its probably great for weight loss!”

  2. Hey Nokia, you really got money to waste on the zombie called RT…?

    You’d be better off with Ubuntu as a partner than Microcruft…

  3. I’ll start paying attention to you Nokia when you start selling Android devices. Until then, you’re still in bed with irrelevancy.

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