The fabled Nokia Windows tablet has been rearing its head again lately, but so far nothing solid has come from it. One look we had ended up being an older model, but it was still a nice indication that Nokia is working on it. Today we have a new image of the Nokia tablet, courtesy of Paul Thurott, and some info on the Surface mini.
The Nokia tablet pictured above is the previously rumored “Sirius” tablet. It has a 10.1-inch 1080p display, quad-core Qualcomm processor, 10 hour battery life, and is just .35-inches thick. This tablet will also have LTE connectivity, a 6.7MP camera, and it will cost $500. The price alone may make this device a failure. Surface RT had a similar price tag at launch, and it hasn’t sold well.
Thurott also mentions the Surface mini, a 8-inch version of the Surface RT. It will feature a Qualcomm processor (no mention of cores), and will launch sometime after the refreshed Surface 2. We can expect to see more on the Surface mini in 2014. There’s not much to go on right now, but a smaller Surface tablet sounds like a winner. What Windows tablet would you be more likely to buy?