Nokia’s first tablet leaked online.

The unveiling season is with us once more with Google and Apple having released their new devices, it seems Nokia might just be next up. The company is scheduled to announce its phablet the Lumia 1520 aka, Bandit at around September 26, and now rumor has it that they also have a Windows RT tablet nicknamed Sirius.

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The device has been in and around the headlines from various leaks and backstreet gossips, so here’s to fanning the flames. New images of the alleged device have surfaced, shared by WinSuperSite.

The image shows the large red tablet with a camera on the back with some buttons on the edge. The image does not show the logo anywhere but is in line with previously leaked photos of Sirius tablet.


The rumors indicate that the Sirius will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.15GHz. This internal horsepower is said to be coupled with a 1920 x 1080 IPS display and a battery, which should offer nothing less than 10 hours of usage. Sirius is also reported to weigh in at about 1.3 pounds and allegedly be 0.35 inches thick.

Moving on the Nokia tablet is expected to include a 6.7-megapixel camera, with Carl Zeiss optics and unique companion experiences from Nokia apps.

Earlier this year (in August), The Verge reported that the tablet would include a keyboard addition, which includes a battery for additional charge. It’s also thought that other accessories will be made available at the release. As for the pricing, the verge reported that Sirius would probably measure up to the iPad.


Sirius will be Nokia’s gateway device into the tablet market, with many enthusiasts eager to get their hands on the Windows RT tablet.

However, nothing is final and all eyes are on Nokia to confirm the rumors.

What’s your take on all of this? Leave your comment below.


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  • Nokia has for long been my love. But if Nokia was not to ‘tabletize’ itself then i were to go for a secret lover iPad. But now am eagerly waiting for the release.

    But again, as a customer ain’t happy if Nokia sold part of itself to Microsoft – i heard!

    • Hi Ben.

      why so Sirius?

      Nokia’s move does not necessarily mean that the brand will lose its oomph. If you look at it closely it was strategic, and let’s not forget Microsoft has the financial muscle to lift any, if not all of Nokia’s future designs/strategies.

      For more on the purchase of Nokia’s services and devices sale to Microsoft, check out our post under the ENEWS category.

  • Joseph

    The Nokia Lumia 1520 promises to be a great competitor against Apple and Samsung tablets. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor , 6.7-megapixel camera among other great specs predicts an appealing show in the current market.

    • hay Joseph.

      I totally agree, it’s kind of been a long time coming. Plus with Nokia’s new Godfather, Microsoft , I can’t help but wait.