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Nokia 10-inch Windows RT tablet due February 2013 tip sources

Nokia 10-inch Windows RT tablet due February 2013 tip sources

The persistent rumor of a Nokia Windows tablet has reignited, with claims that a 10-inch model running Windows RT is in the pipeline for a February 2013 reveal. According to the insiders, Nokia has been in talks with Qualcomm around using the Snapdragon S4 processor for the slate, with a previous 2012 launch schedule put on ice, DigiTimes reports, after Microsoft itself waded into the Windows tablet market.

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Samsung Gloria 10-inch Windows 7 tablet with sliding QWERTY due early 2011?

Samsung Gloria 10-inch Windows 7 tablet with sliding QWERTY due early 2011?

Samsung's plans to broaden the Galaxy Tab range in 2011 aren't new, but the company's supposed intentions for a Windows 7 tablet with a physical keyboard are. According to Blogeee's sources, the Samsung Gloria will have a 10-inch touchscreen and a slide-out QWERTY 'board, as well as a custom UI layer developed by Samsung themselves (the image below is just a mock-up, of course).

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Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet official: Windows RT and LTE

Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet official: Windows RT and LTE

Nokia has revealed its much-anticipated Windows RT tablet, the Nokia Lumia 2520, a 10.1-inch slate pairing the distinctive and colorful design of the company's Windows Phone range with LTE as standard and a suite of homegrown apps. Revealed today at Nokia's Dubai event, the Lumia 2520 has a special Full HD display that runs at up to 650 Nits brightness for outdoor usability, and will come in at a competitive $499 pre-subsidies. Meanwhile, there's a full bundle of apps and even a Power Keyboard accessory with QWERTY, an integrated battery, and USB ports.

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Windows Phone 8.1 tablet support tipped plus Back button binned

Windows Phone 8.1 tablet support tipped plus Back button binned

Windows Phone 8.1 will ditch the "back" button and support up to 10-inch displays, it's reported, with Microsoft also aiming to use the 2014 release to help push the smartphone platform further up into flagship territory. Codenamed Windows Phone "Blue", the new version will see Microsoft address user satisfaction, WinSuperSite claims, paring away some of the more confusing elements of the OS and making it easier for developers to release applications across both Windows Phone and Windows RT.

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