Nokia’s Windows RT tablet revealed in photos

Jordan O'Brien
September 12, 2013

Nokia has had troubles with preventing leaks recently, with the company’s long-rumoured Windows RT tablet making another outing — this time with press shots.

The photos were first posted on expert Windows blogger Paul Thurrott’s WinSuperSite, but have since made their rounds across the web.

Once upon a time it was reported that Nokia had cancelled its Windows 8 ambitions, but we began hearing reports late last month that the company has reversed those plans, and will be unveiling it in September alongside the Lumia 1520.

The device, nicknamed the Nokia Sirius, is rumoured to feature a 1080p display, and have a design resembling that of the Lumia line of devices. It will also reportedly run on a quad-core Qualcomm processor, and have a rear-facing 6.7-megapixel camera.

Where the Nokia Sirius will fit in when Microsoft completes its purchase of Nokia’s device division remains unknown, after all Microsoft already makes its own Surface tablets.

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