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Nokia Windows RT tablet appears as "Sirius" on GFX, gets Bluetooth certified

Nokia Windows RT tablet appears as "Sirius" on GFX, gets Bluetooth certified
The rumored Nokia Windows RT tablet has been Bluetooth certified under the model number of RM-114. Interestingly, the slate went through the GFX benchmark test with a model number of RX-114. Mobile ad network AdDuplex also found model number RX-114 in its logs. And earlier leaks revolving around the Nokia Windows RT slab have given it the code name of "Sirius" which turns up on the GFX benchmark test with the device listed as "Jinsh Sirius".

The GFX benchmark test shows the tablet containing a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor CPU paired with the Adreno 330 GPU. So far, we've seen a leaked model of the tablet in red wearing the Verizon brand and have had some specs leaked. We expect to see the Nokia Windows RT tablet come equipped with a 10.1 inch 1080 x 1920 resolution screen with a boost for viewing the display under bright sunlight. 2GB of RAM will be available along with 32GB of native storage with a microSD slot on board. Rear and front-facing snappers weigh in at 6MP and 2MP respectively. The battery will offer 10 hours of power and the tablet will feature 4G LTE connectivity.

Like the Microsoft Surface slabs, the Nokia tablet will connect to an optional QWERTY equipped cover with an embedded battery that increases the cell's life on the slate. We could see the tablet unveiled on September 26th at the same time that the Nokia Lumia 1520 phablet is introduced.


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source: BluetoothSIG, GFXbenchmark via NokiaPowerUser

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