Nokia is slated to release two more new devices this year, with a 5.2in phablet and 10.1in Windows RT tablet currently thought to be making their way to the Finnish firm’s production line.
According to The Inquirer, Chinese news site Dopsy has dished up pictures of the new smartphone on its site, which is being tentatively dubbed the Nokia Lumia 825.
The phablet will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor that is clocked at 1.2GHz and has a 5.2in display with a 1,280 x 720 pixel resolution, thus making sure it isn’t the first Windows Phone device sporting a full HD [1080p] screen.
We already knew that Nokia was likely to debut a smartphone with a screen that falls into phablet territory and earlier rumours had pegged the display as being Full HD thanks to the Windows Phone 8 GDR3 update, but unfortunately it doesn't look like that will be the case.
There’s still no definite unveil timeframe for the device, with various dates around the end of September and beginning of October being touted, when Nokia will also reportedly reveal their first tablet.
Microsoft News report the 10.1in Windows RT tablet will run on a copy of Microsoft Windows 8.1 OS and be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor clocked at 2.15GHz. The device will come with a full HD [1080p] display, 32GB internal memory, a micro-HDMI port, full-sized USB ports as well as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
The device will be similar to Microsoft’s current line of tablets that have a detachable keyboard/stand and it’s rumoured that it will hit the stores in November following the potential launch a couple of months before.
Earlier rumours had stated that Nokia’s phablet will be launched alongside other devices at a New York City event on September 26 and 27 with the likelihood it may now debut the Windows RT tablet with the Lumia 825 on that very date.