Nokia has long been rumored to have a full-size Windows RT tablet in the works, and now it looks like that is becoming a reality. Paul Thurrott at WinSuperSite has published an image of the 10.1-inch device, which is expected to have a 1080p display and be powered by quad-core Qualcomm processor. It is also expected to have a 6.7-megapixel camera, and will be priced at $499. Nokia is reported to be holding an event later this month, and we expect that it will announce this new tablet alongside the 6-inch Lumia 1520 smartphone.
Along with the new Nokia tablet, Thurrott has also published images of Lenovo's Miix 2 and details about the Miix 8, its first 8-inch Windows tablet. There's also the new Dell Venue and Asus Transformer Book T100, both of which we recently got a look at during Intel's IDF conference. Thurrott also recaps the known information about the Toshiba Encore and Microsoft's refresh of its Surface tablet.
Windows tablets have yet to catch on with most mainstream consumers, but that may change this fall, as it seems like there will be plenty of options on the market in all kinds of sizes.