Nokia might have been quiet on the rumour front recently, but now the Finnish firm is supposedly planning to release a 10.1-inch tablet which will run the Windows OS.
The device, codenamed Sirius, will be revealed late next month, and according to leaked images, the tablet will resemble most of Nokia’s Lumia smartphone range in terms of its soft touch polycarbonate coating and colourful design.
Sources have revealed that the Nokia tablet will be thinner than current popular devices such as the iPad, with the Sirius apparently weighting less than 500g.
The tablet will also feature a 6 megapixel rear camera as well as a 2 megapixel front facing lens.
Nokia’s Lumia smartphones have proved a success with its Windows Phone OS in a saturated market dominated by iOS and Android, so it is expected that a Nokia device bearing Microsoft software will hit the tablet market with a bang.
Nokia Lumia 1520 Phablet
Alongside the Nokia Lumia talet rumours circulating this week sit hitns that we could be seeing a phablet entering Nokia's Lumia range of smartphone devices by the end of the year.
The Nokia Lumia 1520 has made an appearance online, leaked by Windows Phone Central, and reportedly features a whopping 6-inch display.
The leaked image shows the device next to the Lumia 1020, and quite clearly shows yet another brightly coloured Windows Phone device that Nokia will allegedly add to its growing collection.
But with the HTC One Max in the making, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 being released during IFA in Berlin this week, will Nokia be able to join the ever-growing phablet trend?
Written by Charlotte Kertrestel