Resource Microsoft News reports that the first tablet from the Finnish company Nokia will be announced in September, but will run on Windows 8.1 RT, and not a full-fledged Windows 8.1 . This is not surprising, given the fact that Nokia refused to release the tablet on Windows RT .
Filling Nokia tablet will be very powerful. The device receives a 4-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with a clock speed of 800 2.15 GHz, Adreno 330 graphics accelerator and 2GB of RAM.
At Nokia Tablet (although the exact name of the gadget is not yet known) is a 10.1-inch Full HD display with wide viewing angles (most likely apply here matrix IPS) and supporting 10-point multi-touch. Built-in memory will be 32 GB, however, are likely to be present and a slot microSD.
Of the others should be mentioned HDMI and USB 3.0 (they will be placed on the rear side of the device) and the module Wi-Fi. Device will be available in a few “branded” colors, including the popular blue or cyan. Collect the tablet will be the company Compal Electronics.
An interesting new items will chip and detachable keyboard-and-stand-cover, which will transform the tablet into a kind of notebook (similar to Type Sover Surface). Extra battery that will be in the stand-alone accessory will increase the battery life.
It should be noted that the release of Windows 8.1 and the first devices on it is scheduled for October 18. At the same time the first tablet Nokia and could go on sale. In the U.S., the first time the tablet will be sold exclusively in the network of AT & T.
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