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Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK)’s “Sirius” Tablet Running Microsoft’s Windows RT Operating System Projected To Unveil Late September

Written by on August 27, 2013

Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) is projecting to launch a 10.1-inch full 1080p HD display clad tablet code-named “Sirius” with Windows RT operating system for which consumers has shown no interest. Since months, Nokia has been rumored of working upon a Windows RT based device. Nokia will run Microsoft Corporation’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows RT operating system on this tablet. Nokia is projected to unveil this tablet by the end of next month at a special event scheduled in New York, USA. The device will feature a design that is conspicuously similar to Microsoft’s Surface RT, the billion-dollar flop. It will probably be priced starting at almost $500. Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) shares went down -2.64% to $4.06 in premarket. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) shares fell -0.85% to $33.86 in premarket.

According to the report, the Nokia Corporation‘s Sirius tablet incorporates a 10.1-inch touchscreen display with 1080p HD native resolution. This tablet will bear the 2.15 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 System on Chip with 2 GB RAM. It will incorporate memory card slot with 32 GB on-board storage. It will also feature an USB port to connect with dockable keyboard. The Sirius tablet will also be having HDMI port and USB 3.0 port. Nokia is projected to offer 10 hours of battery life per charge with a built-in battery.

Microsoft’s former CEO Stephen Elop has written on ABI’s blog that Microsoft would only wasting cash to purchase Nokia at this point since the firm appears content developing mobile devices using Microsoft’s OS releases, along with the tight relationship between the two companies on Windows Phone smartphones and the seeming preperation of a Windows RT tablet. Concerning the Nokia’s decision to devote resources to a Windows RT tablet, last week some talks suggested that it might be to allure a more considerable investment from Microsoft or even to reignite takeover talks. According to Jeff Orr, ABI analyst, neither scenario is expected.

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