The rumor that Nokia would release a Windows based tablet goes a long way back, had numerous leaks and was rumored to be announced multiple times. The company has finally announced that they have been building a device all this time.
Yesterday at Nokia World in Abu Dhabi the company unveiled the Lumia 2520, a 10-inch Windows RT based tablet that features the beautiful poly-carbonate design seen on other Lumia devices.
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Earlier this year, Nokia unveiled their new imaging flagship, the PureView 808 with a 41MP camera sensor. Yes, you read that right: forty one megapixels. Given Nokia’s PureView research had started about 5 years ago, and the limitations of the current Windows Phone 7 devices, the 808 had to run Nokia’s old and battered Symbian OS, despite their current focus on Windows Phone with the Lumia range.
Following the positive praise for the PureView 808 in the tech world, and taking into consideration Nokia’s back-to-the-wall state and the imminent arrival of Windows Phone 8 that should lift some of the limitations, it has been all but confirmed that a Nokia PureView device running Windows Phone 8 will be announced during Nokia World next month.
I have had a Nokia PureView 808 in my hands for the past couple of weeks, trying and enjoying the camera in different conditions, and I am quite convinced that there’s a lot of potential in bringing this technology to the Windows Phone platform.