Mysterious Nokia device spotted running on Snapdragon 800 and Adreno 330 graphics

Mysterious Nokia device spotted running on Snapdragon 800 and Adreno 330 graphics
A mysterious Nokia device has surfaced on GFXBench and it’s a powerhouse featuring the latest and most powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 system chip with Adreno 330 graphics.

The resolution of the mysterious device however is listed to be 1371 x 771 pixels, quite close to the 1368 x 768 pixel resolution Microsoft used in its first-gen Surface tablets. With such a resolution, chances are we are looking at an Nokia tablet that won’t be exactly cream of the crop as that resolution is lower than what top shelf tablets offer nowadays.

The other big hint suggesting we’re indeed looking at a tablet is the fact that the device is listed as running Windows rather than Windows Phone as other WP devices state. Looking back at rumors, we can only link this with the rumored Nokia RX-114, and that’s about as much as we can tell at the moment.

Will this mysterious device ever be released or not is also an open question, especially after that Microsoft acquisition, but its appearance on GFXBench is telling that Nokia is at the least still testing some prototypes.

source: MyNokiaBlog



1. itsdeepak4u2000

Posts: 3718; Member since: Nov 03, 2012

This might be new tablet from Nokia.

4. sri_tech

Posts: 188; Member since: May 21, 2013

Yes but it does not have 1366x768 resolution as the other saying. 1371 x 771 means its FULL HD screen qith 140% scaling. If you check the GFX bench page for recently released surface 2 which has tegra 4 and FULL HD display it also reports the resolution as 1371x771

6. itsdeepak4u2000

Posts: 3718; Member since: Nov 03, 2012

There is a very little or negligible difference between 1366 x 768 & 1371 x 771 resolutions so it doesn't matter.

7. sri_tech

Posts: 188; Member since: May 21, 2013

My point is the device does have 1920x1080 display not 1377x771 or 1366x768.

2. N-fanboy

Posts: 543; Member since: Jan 12, 2013

I really hope this aint true....

8. drkavint

Posts: 24; Member since: Feb 27, 2013

dont worry.. after gsmarena now phonearena is intrested in cooking stories about dead snake... nokia is closed chapter... lets give it a worthy funeral and burry it to r.i.p. lets not encourage such topics... 1080p screen, quadcore is nonsense... windows phone crashes..(my 520, friends 720) rather than android which hangs... oops.. whats app takes 10sec to load on my lumia... who wants such lagging, crashing premium phones... sony is out to revenge samsung in build and features... lets move with android and to rip(rest in peace)...

9. Cyberchum

Posts: 1093; Member since: Oct 24, 2012

Are you well at all?


Posts: 269; Member since: Sep 09, 2013

Now that's more like it.

5. renz4

Posts: 319; Member since: Aug 10, 2013

lol at the title. if it's snapdragon 800 then of course the gpu inside will be adreno 330. so far i haven't heard snapdragon 800 being paired with other gpu

10. supersume

Posts: 10; Member since: Oct 04, 2013

Guys the screen is full HD. I develop a Windows 8 app (XReader) and and the resolution obtained from all Surface Pros is 1371 x 771, so its something to do with scaling

11. 7thspaceman

Posts: 1597; Member since: Feb 14, 2011

Hmm this looks like it is a general tablet which means like the Apple Ipads and the Android Tablets and the Surface 2 and RT it will run only touch screen Apps. it's resolution is known as HDTV-2 which is 720P resolution. 1080p 0r interlace 1080 HDTV resolution is the best unless you go to the new 4k standard which is not supported in the USA. Folks I would buy this tablet as a collectors item because Nokia may never again make ant mobile smart phones or tablets although the agreement it has with Microsoft allows Nokia ti again make smart phones and Tablets in 2015.Do you think Nokia will return to selling mobile devices in 2015

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