Nokia Sirius Is The Name Of 10.1-inch Windows RT Tablet

Posted: Aug 26 2013, 2:52pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 26 2013, 3:00pm CDT, in Tablets


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Nokia Sirius is the Name of 10.1-inch Windows RT Tablet

The codename of Nokia's first ever 10.1-inch Windows RT tablet is reported "Sirius". Finnish smartphone maker is planning to release Nokia Sirius during new product launch event in New York on 26th September.

We have already told you earlier in this month that Nokia is working on its new 10.1-inch Windows RT tablet that will be launched in September. The Verge reports today that this new 10.1-inch Windows RT tablet will be codenamed Sirius and its design will be similar to Nokia's Lumia Windows Phone products. Leaked images of this rumored tablet prototype in red color with logos of Verizon, Windows RT and Nokia were posted by a Chinese site Digiwo, ten days before.

Rumored specs of Nokia Sirius include 10.1-inch display of resolution 1920x1080, 6MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, quad-core Snapdragon 800 chip by Qualcomm, 2GB RAM, 32GB internal storage extendable via a microSD slot, Micro HDMI connector and USB port, 10 hours long battery life and LTE connectivity. It will also work better in day light due to improved outdoor readability.

Its body will be colored and it will be thinner and lighter than current iPad. It will weigh just above 1 pound. A keyboard with additional battery will also be shipped with this new Nokia Sirius tablet. It price will not be less than iPad initially. Finnish giant is expected to introduce its first Windows RT tablet during the new product launch event in New York on 26th September.

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