Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has been hinting strongly in nearly every interview that the company has some kind of Windows-based tablet in the works. Indeed, we even came up our own concept for what a Windows RT-based tablet would look like and what hardware it would have inside.
Now there's a new rumor that claims Nokia not only has such a tablet in the works, Microsoft is already using it. WMPoweruser.com reports, via unnamed sources, that Nokia's tablet is already being used by Microsoft to test Windows RT-based apps. The story also claims that Microsoft has sent Nokia's tablet to unnamed software partners for testing their own Windows RT apps.
The story does not offer any information on the hardware specs for the rumored Nokia Windows RT tablet, nor is there any word on a price for the product or a launch date.
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