ARM-based Nokia tablet PC with Meego OS on the way?


Nokia was brave enough to put together, announce and release their very own netbook called the Booklet 3G last year. Why not try their luck with a tablet PC as well, right? DigiTimes today is reporting that the Finnish smartphone giant is currently trying to do just that. According to an unidentified Digitimes Research senior analyst, Nokia is going to launch an ARM-based tablet PC around the fourth quarter of 2010 and it will have either a 7- or 9-inch touchscreen display which will be supplied by Foxconn. The unnamed source goes on to say that about 100 engineering samples have already been made for testing, and that it is expected that Meego will be the OS used on the upcoming tablet PC. This might turn out good or bad for Nokia, depending on how they go about marketing and releasing it, but none of the info has been confirmed or denied for now.

Via DigiTimes

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Written by: Björn A.

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    The notebook 3G from nokia look very intersting, but I think they are falling behind. Companies such as Apple and Sumsung has developed the Tablet PC.

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