Nokia’s Lumia Expresso Windows 8 Concept Tablet
Creators of the Nokia Lumia Coffee Tab, Mynokiablog, return with a new concept tablet called the Nokia Lumia Expresso. This tablet addresses the criticisms on the earlier model, but retains several of the features.
It still runs on Windows 8, the latest update to the Windows platform with the Metro User Interface that is geared for the needs of tablet users. An interesting addition is a MagicKey projection keyboard, which means that the tablet is able to cast a larger keyboard via a projector on any surface, adapting to the size needed by the user.
There is also a 12 MP camera at the back which should offer ultra-high quality images, rivalling digital cameras. A 2 MP camera may be found at the front.
The imaginary tablet also comes equipped with Near Field Communication, allowing it to communicate with accessories like the Play 360 speaker. However, it also has its own built-in quad speakers.
The Expresso also offers Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, wireless charging, a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, the choice between 32, 64, and 128 GB storage capacity, and 2 GB of RAM.
Its display is a 10.1-inch ClearBlack AMOLED-type screen with a native resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.
Nokia has yet to comment on this concept tablet imagined by their fans.