Nokia is reportedly preparing to release a 10.1-inch Windows RT tablet that will challenge Microsoftâs Surface tablet. The Finland-based popular phone maker, who was the leading global mobile phone supplier, will launch its own-brand tablet device at the Mobile World Congress 2013. The tablet will purportedly run by the Windows RT â a slimmed down version of Microsoft Windows 8 operating system that developed to run on tablets.
As reported by The Verge, Nokia Windows RT Tablet will contain HDMI and USB port with a 10.1-inch screen that is supposed to be same to the Microsoft Surface RT tablet. The unannounced tablet specs arrive from unspecified sources who told to the Verge. These sources claim Nokia is spotlighting its power on the cover of the tablet, which presents a keyboard and a kickstand. However, this cover is as well supposed to feature a battery, which would supply further runtime for the device, with 2 extra USB ports. The tablet will as well include a cellular connectivity modem. The Verge also claimed that the tablet would be officially announced at the MWC 2013 going to be take place at February in Barcelona, Spain.
The Nokia Windows RT tablet would be come with a dual-core processor. Nokia waited to introduce its tablet because of Microsoft’s announcement about Surface. On March 2012, Nokia’s head of design told that the company had a tablet presently in the progresses.
However, the latest report does not point out about price details or an accurate release date though it reported that Nokia could bring this new Windows RT Tablet throughout the Mobile World Congress event,Â which will take place in Barcelona, Spain.