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Prototype Nokia tablet uses NVIDIA Tegra & runs Windows RT

Some snaps of what is purportedly a Nokia prototype Windows RT tablet have surfaced.

The Nokia P1001 prototype, which first appeared on wpcentral’s forum, supposedly had a Tegra 3 at 1.3GHz, 2GB of RAM, HDMI, USB connection, SD card expansion slot, and a 16 point touchscreen. According to the source, development of the prototype halted, and considering it had a Tegra 3 to power it, we can get the gist as to why it was dropped.

More importantly, if the images indeed depict a Nokia prototype tablet, it means that there’s something brewing within the Finns’ lab. Various other reports have also indicated that Nokia is looking into tablets as well as phablets. Some are speculating that Nokia will start its tablet campaign within the first half of 2014.

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