Nokia's Gigantic Tablet Set To Run Fastest Chip, A Massive 4 GB RAM And Latest Android Nougat

As far as rumors come and go, this is a pretty surprising one, but it's too interesting not to be passed along. Apparently, FIH Mobile, a Foxconn subsidiary which licenses the Nokia brand for mobile devices, is working closely on an 18.4-inch display tablet (more specs below) for the gigantic device that appeared on the GFXBench database. Though there's no Nokia explicitly written anywhere, the operating system is listed as Android 7.0 FIH Edition, which is our tip-off for this being a future Nokia-branded device.

Nokia Android Tablet: Expected Design And Camera

The tablet, or should we say an18.4-inch mini tv, has a 2560 x 1440 resolution screen. Since the device is a tablet, We didn't expect much from the camera department but the leaked Nokia tablet sports a 12MP of the main camera with Ultra HD video recording supporting a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. The rear camera comes along with autofocus and LED flash. It also boasts the advantages of having autofocus and LED flash.

Nokia Android Tablet: Specs

The gigantic tablet is said to be powered by Qualcomm's powerful Snapdragon 835 chipset, clocked at 2.2GHz and complete with a formidable Adreno 540 GPU and alongside with a massive of 4GB of RAM and an inbuilt storage of 52GB which is actually the free storage after OS installation and partition and actual storage said to be 64GB.

The device would be competing with the Samsung Galaxy View which is a fairly large tablet that also sports an 18.4-inch display. As for the connectivity that is available in the device, Nokia is evidently expecting people to be lugging this one around to wherever they may plan on going. Other details of the Nokia tablet, such as price and release period, are not yet confirmed. With Nokia still focused on their upcoming flagship devices, the tablet device will be dealt with after Nokia 8 has been officially released in the market.


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