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.
via Mobile Geeks and Pocket Lint
Id rather see 3G/4G data capability in every tablet Nokia releases, after all their roots are in mobile phone industry, so why skimp on this feature :)!
Now, regarding its guts – Id also like to see Atom quad core inside of these, because their designs are fresh, yet RT holds it back from its full potential IMO.
Give it the 41mp camera, and make it pocketable, with slim bezels, aptx and I’ll be very tempted.
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