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Nokia to release a Windows 8 tablet in late 2012?

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Recent reports suggest that Nokia are planning to release a Windows 8 tablet before the year ends. According to suppliers, Nokia have got a 10-inch tablet in mind, which would also feature a dual-core Qualcomm CPU.

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