According to The Verge, Nokia is building its own Windows RT tablet and plans to launch those tablets early next year. The Nokia Windows RT tablet will come with a 10.1-inch display along with a special battery-equipped cover. Details inside.
The reliable source of The Verge said Nokia’s Windows RT tablet will run on an ARM chip and have a special battery-equipped cover. This special cover will envelop the tablet like a book. The cover will come with a keyboard and a kickstand. There will be a battery into the cover that can be used to power the tablet when its energy will be low. It is expected that the battery will provide 10-hour capacity with fast charging. Besides, there will be two USB ports on the case that will provide additional connectivity. Added to these, Nokia’s Windows RT tablet will have cellular connectivity feature.
We are not sure whether it is a rumor or not. But still we can’t let it go anyway. If the rumor is true, then we believe that Nokia will unveil the tablet at Mobile World Congress in February, 2013. And if that really happens, AT&T will be one of the first to stock it in the U.S.
When Nokia was being asked to say something about the tablet, a company spokesperson said that the company doesn’t “comment on market rumor or speculation.” On the other side AT&T also declined to say anything.
Source: The Verge