Upcoming Windows Tablets 2014: Nokia Allegedly Working On New Slate Dubbed Lumia 2020, Sports 8" Display, Windows RT
By Staff Writer | November 25, 2013 02:06 PM EST
Last month, Nokia seemingly made the final move before it surrenders its mobile division to Microsoft. During its event in Abu Dhabi, it launched six devices, two of which include a phablet and a slate. However, it looks like the Finnish manufacturer is not done yet as rumors point out to new and upcoming Windows tablets in 2014.
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In a report by GSM Arena, a rumored tablet is set for a release early next year. Dubbed as the Lumia 2020, the slate is also powered by Windows RT like the recently announced Lumia 2520. In fact, if you look at the image carefully, the alleged new slate definitely looks a lot like the original. But why would Nokia deliver a similarly-designed tablet?
According to DigiTimes, the alleged slate would not be on the entry level market to compete with the likes of the Nexus 7 or the Kindle Fire HDX. Instead, the device is most likely aimed at the midrange and high-end consumers.
In case you are interested in getting this slate, the rumored Lumia 2020 boasts an 8-inch display, and probably a Snapdragon 800 chipset.
The report claims that the Lumia 2020, also known as the Illusionist, will make its way to the market within the first three months of next year. So let's just stay tuned.
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