Nokia provides Windows Tablet June 8, 2012
Nokia plans to introduce a tablet PC based on Microsoft Windows operating system next eight years, the French division manager of Nokia let slip in an interview.
Nokia plans to launch a competitor iPad based on the Microsoft Windows operating system next 8-year-old manager of the company division French let slip in an interview with the newspaper Les Echos. The tablet would be launched next summer and would be the first product of the Finnish phone maker.
“In June 2012, we will have a tablet that runs on Windows 8,” said Paul Amsellem in the Paris daily. The potential start date of the tablet also gives an indication of when Windows 8 would actually ship to consumers, as Microsoft has yet to provide details on the launch schedule of its upcoming OS, in addition to a fall 2012 teaser.
Amsellem also confirmed that Nokia is preparing another high-end phone Windows 7-set unit to monitor Lumia Nokia 800, the first phone of a partnership between the company and Microsoft. The Lumia 800 launches in Europe today and is set to arrive in the United States in early 2012. Using an analogy automotive Amsellem Lumia said 800 was a BMW 5 series, and that Nokia has in the pipeline a Series 7 equivalent, with better specifications.
To get an idea of this phone at the top “Series 7” Nokia would bring, you can see some of the shortcomings of the Lumia 800: the phone does not have front camera, not 4G, 512 MB of RAM and only one processor core only. The flagship model has been identified as the ace or the Nokia 900, Nokia has dropped some hints and shows what is considered a record of it at the Design Museum in London.
Samsung also plans to launch a Tablet PC to Windows 8 in the second half of 2012, the company announced last week. Samsung Windows 8 tablet is a modified version of the Society of the board of the 7 Series, which operates under Windows 7. An earlier version of Windows 8 tablets Samsung, issued to the press and developers in the BUILD conference in September, had a 11.6-inch 1366 x 768 pixels, an Intel Core i5 and second generation 4 GB of RAM . The first to grab the top of Windows 8 tablets realized he was bigger than most Android tablets and iPad, and highlighted by a noisy fan.