Finnish device maker Nokia had been rumored to have been working on a Windows RT based device since quite some time. But as it turns out that the Nokia Sirius tablet as it is being called is not just a rumor but a device that has already made its way to the telecom service providers like Verizon who will be looking forward to announcing the bigger 10.1 inch windows RT based tablet in the coming days. Yet again some information about the Nokia Sirius tablet has been made available courtesy Winsupersite.
As it has been reported the 10.1-inch display bearing Nokia Sirius tablet would be based on Windows RT operating system and will offer functionality much similar to that of the Microsoft’s RT tablets but with LTE connectivity for mobile data as well.
The Nokia Sirius tablet will feature a 10.1-inch touchscreen Full HD display with 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution. This tablet will be powered using a 2.15 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 System-on-Chip with 2 GB RAM. Although it is not clear as to how much internal memory the device will come with but we expect it to have at-least feature 32 GB on board storage and also feature a memory card slot.
The Nokia Sirius tablet will comes with an industry leading 6.7 megapixel camera based camera most likely with PureView functionality. Along with that the tablet is claimed to be offering up to 10 hours of battery backup and will come with a detachable keyboard solution with its additional battery giving more battery life to the Sirius Tablet.
The Nokia Sirius is being expected to be priced at Rs 32,000 or $499 but actual price will only eb known once the tablet makes an official break in to the market.