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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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Nokia Windows 8 tablet tipped to gatecrash Windows Phone event

Nokia Windows 8 tablet tipped to gatecrash Windows Phone event

Nokia is working on Windows tablets in California and could even reveal a new slate model at its New York Windows Phone 8 event today, according to insider whispers. The west coast project is either running Windows 8 or Windows RT, a former Nokia exec told Finnish paper Tekniikka & Talous, while further tipsters suggest that phones may not be the only thing on the agenda for this morning.

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Where’s Nokia’s tablet strategy?

Where’s Nokia’s tablet strategy?

Nokia's Q2 2012 financial results are a difficult mixture of hope - twice as many Windows Phone sales as Q1 - and misery - a $1bn operating loss - but one thing was conspicuous by its absence: a tablet. The Finnish company is still in "transition" mode, senior execs reminded us, with the promise of next-gen Microsoft OSes just around the corner to shake up the Android and iOS battle once more. However, Nokia's complete absence of a visible tablet strategy went unchallenged.

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Nokia trims tablet expectations

Nokia trims tablet expectations

Nokia has backtracked from suggestions that the company has a portfolio of tablet and "smart hybrid" designs in the pipeline, after outgoing chairman Jorma Ollila was apparently "misconstrued" in comments on non-phone form factors. The possibility of a Nokia iPad rival along with hybrid phone/tablet devices was reawakened last week, with comments from Ollila that "there will be different hybrids, different form factors in the future." Now, however, Nokia says that's not quite the case.

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Nokia looking into tablets

Nokia looking into tablets

Nokia may have posted a massive $1.7 billion loss for Q1 of this year, but the company is trying to fight back with its Lumia Windows Phones in partnership with Microsoft. What else does the company have up its sleeve going forward? Jorma Ollila, chairman of Nokia, has revealed that the company is looking into the possibility of a tablet, and some other form factors too.

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Nokia design chief confirms tablet

Nokia design chief confirms tablet

Nokia is working on a tablet, the company's design chief has reportedly confirmed, with the exec supposedly spending a third of his time on the well-rumored project. "We are working on it" Marko Ahtisaari confirmed to Finnish magazine Kauppalehti Optio, Reuters reports, though declined to be more specific about the incoming slate. However, rumors earlier this week suggested a Windows 8 tablet was in the pipeline for later this year.

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Nokia Windows 8 Qualcomm tablet tipped for Q4

Nokia Windows 8 Qualcomm tablet tipped for Q4

Nokia will launch its first Windows 8 tablet in Q4 2012, insiders have suggested, a 10-inch Windows-on-ARM machine using a dual-core Qualcomm chipset as the company looks to expand beyond smartphones. The move, tipped by DigiTimes sources among component suppliers claim, is expected to buoy Microsoft's position against Android tablet manufacturers, with the slate most likely to be powered by a Snapdragon S4 "Krait" chipset such as inside the Windows 8 developer hardware Qualcomm handed out last month. Update: Nokia statement after the cut.

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Nokia Windows 8 tablet due June 2012

Nokia Windows 8 tablet due June 2012

Nokia is trying to get some of that market share it has been bleeding to Android and iOS smartphones back. Nokia is still one of the largest shippers of mobile phones in the world, but most of its sales are low end and mid range phones, not the profitable smartphone category. Nokia hopes to change that with new devices like the Lumia 800 Mango phone.

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