The concept of Tablet Nokia Lumia ''Coffee''

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The concept of Tablet Nokia Lumia ''Coffee'' - News of the arrival of tablet Nokia re-surfaced. If the previously circulated tablet design sketches, this time busy talking pictures which allegedly is a Windows 8 based Nokia tablet. Photo of the booming tablet circulating on various websites and blogs that technology is not very clear. Picture quality is not too good, but quite clearly shows the outer appearance of the tablets. Reported by PC Authority, on Sunday (2/12/2012), the tablet has a code name 'Champagne'. Possibility of the photo black tablet has a keyboard combo with rounded edges. 

Previously, the internet has circulated photos of this tablet design sketches. Now through the physical appearance of the image is known Champagne is also not much different. Unfortunately, no detailed information about Nokia's tablet. November last year Nokia announced it will enliven the tablet market. They plan to introduce the mysterious tablet in mid-2012.

Previously, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop also expressed a strong signal that Nokia will release a tablet. According to him, Nokia still has a chance to compete. Nokia had originally hesitated to launch a tablet.
When another vendor was heavily competing rival the iPad, vendors have not even had a classmate Nokia preparation for market share, claiming still confused.
The specs on this dream tab include the following:
  • Lumia “coffee” tab
  • A 1.4GHz cpu
  • 512Mb ram [This could be changed to 1 Gb, we think]
  • 16/32/64Gb storage [Tiered pricing is an interesting idea]
  • 9.7″ AMOLED “clearblack” display (1280×800)
  • 8Mp Rear camera, 2Mp front facing camera
  • Windows 8 tablet edition [We assume that he means Windows 8 Home, or whatever it ends up being called]
  • Wifi/3G connectivity [Windows 8 tablets may be carrier subsidized, which is a very interesting proposition]
Nokia tablet design sketches
It’s fun to see what enthusiasts come up with, but this is merely a foretaste. We can’t wait to see what Nokia cooks up itself.


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