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Nokia to Launch 10.1-inch Windows RT Tablet on 26 September in New York

Nokia is reportedly planning to launch its first ever Windows RT 4G tablet at a special event in New York on September 26th. Red colored Verizon variant of the Nokia Windows RT tablet is already spotted in the wild.

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Nokia to Launch 10.1-inch Windows RT Tablet on 26 September in New York

Nokia to Launch 10.1-inch Windows RT Tablet on 26 September in New York

We have already told you that Nokia is going to launch its first Windows RT tablet whose red Verizon variant was spotted in the wild. Images of Red Nokia Windows RT 4G tablet are already leaked. The Verge has now unveiled its launch date. Some inside sources reveals that Nokia is planning to launch its first ever Windows RT tablet by the end of next month in New York. A special launch event will unveil this new Nokia tablet, whose code name is Vanquish, on 26th September, 2013.  

A Chinese site Digiwo has posted alleged images of the device in red color. It appears to be a Verizon variant of Nokia with Windows RT and 4G logos. Rumored specs of the device includes 10.1-inch display of resolution 1080p with 5-point touch screen body, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor of speed 2.15 GHz, wide viewing angle, 32GB storage, micro HDMI port, USB port 3.0, detachable keyboard and also a new external keyboard cover equipped with extra batteries. This new Nokia tablet will be available in all those color choices in which Nokia Phones originally come including green and blue. This all new 4G LTE supported tablet will come to US via AT&T too.

 

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