Specs of Nokia’s Windows RT 8.1 tablet reveal that the device will come with a detachable keyboard/stand.
Microsoft-news.com has posted a series of specs for the Nokia tablet, and while there’s a chance they could be a load of horse pucky - they’ve been submitted by an ‘anonymous source’ - if there does turn out to be some truth in them, it seems Nokia’s foray into the world of Windows tablets might look quite familiar.
If the specs are to be believed, there’s a detachable keyboard/stand which connects to the tablet, making it work, and probably look, similar to Microsoft’s Touch/Type covers for the Surface tablet.
Other specs include a Snapdragon 800 2.15Hz processor, 10.1-inch 1080p display with five-point multi-touch and wide viewing angles, 32GB of built-in storage, extra battery in the keyboard/stand, USB, HDMI, and wireless N Cell compatibility.
The source also claims the device will be manufactured by Compal and will come in Cyan matte colour – so it might look like the Surface’s popular blue version as well.
It’s rumoured that Nokia will unveil the tablet sometime in September.
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