This is still very much a rumor, but according to Ashok Kumar, an analyst at Rodman Renshaw, Nokia is busy working with suppliers and design manufacturers on a touchscreen tablet, which might be available as early as this fall. While there aren’t many supporting details, considering that Nokia’s Booklet 3G used Windows 7, it’s worth a guess that if it were to come up with a tablet device, it might just be powered by Microsoft’s latest operating system. Of course, there isn’t any official confirmation of such plans, so it’s probably safe to keep this news in the rumor drawer for the moment, though we certainly wouldn’t say no to a Nokia tablet computer.
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