Nokia's rumoured tablet could be called the Lumia 2520, according to fresh rumours.
Nokia's Lumia smart phones all come with a number, such as the original 800, or the , which packs a massive 41-megapixel camera.
Reports regarding the elusive device suggest the 2520 will be a mere 8.9mm thick and weigh about 600g, and pack a 6.7-megapixel camera. It's bound to be powered by Microsoft's Windows 8 software, though it could use the full-fat version, or Windows RT, which only lets you install apps via Microsoft's app store.
Nokia's mobile phone business is in the Lumia 2520 being ditched?, for a tidy sum of £4.6bn, but could that deal actually see the
Tipster Eldar Murtazin hinted on Twitter that Microsoft wants Nokia to cancel its tablet. That could make sense from Microsoft's point of view -- with an acquisition on the horizon, it doesn't need Nokia making products that compete with its own tablet, the Microsoft Surface, which will .
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