Earlier today, Nokia launched the Lumia 925, one of two successors to the Lumia 920. During the event, Nokia's executive vice president of smart devices said that Nokia is interested in tablets. "We're very interested in tablets and that's an area we're looking at," Jo Hawlow said.
However, Nokia wouldn't divulge any additional information. "I don't have any product news I can share." We've been hearing rumors for several months that Nokia is working on a tablet. It looks as though those rumors could end up being true. We would expect the tablet to run a version of Windows, given Nokia's allegiance to Microsoft.
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