After Nokia devices were acquired by one of the leading tech giants Microsoft, images of the rumoured Nokia Tablet with Windows RT have popped-up online.
The tablet codenamed Sirius has been shown as a red device on Win Supersite's "Fall 2013 Windows Tablet Review" post, along with several other features that are yet to be made official by Microsoft.
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The device is expected to feature a 10.1in full HD (1920 x 1080) screen with a clear black IPS display technology, which can be seen in the majority of the existing Windows 8 carrying Nokia smartphone devices. The dimensions of the tablet are still unknown, but the thickness is said to measure around 0.35in with a weight of 1.3 pounds.
The tablet is said to operate on a Qualcomm's Quad-core 8974 (ARM) chipset and is expected to run on Windows 8.1 operating system.
The Carl Zeiss optics, used in one of the latest Nokia Lumia 1020 smartphone with 41 megapixel sensor, is also believed to feature in the tablet carrying a 6.7 megapixel rear camera.
Not much is known about the wireless connectivity of the device, however, the website mentions that the tablet will include 4G LTE connection. One can also assume that the device will come with NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and wireless charging technology by the time it is announced.
A multi-functional keyboard is also said to be compatible with the device with an additional battery life powering the tablet for up to 10 hours on a single charge.
The price of the rumoured Nokia tablet is said to be as high as £315 ($499), which is strides ahead of Microsoft's previous RT based Surface tablet of £98 ($150), according to Techradar. However, nothing can be confirmed as the information is purely based on speculation and rumours.
In related news, Microsoft is also said to be working on its own Siri-like voice assist feature tipped as Cortana. The feature is based on one of the AI controlled characters in the renowned Halo game series, which has the ability of learn and adapt according to the user's needs.
The voice-assist feature is said to be added in the upcoming Windows 8.1 operating system, however, sources say the feature might come anywhere between 2014 and 2016.
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