On the heels of revealing its first batch of Windows phones, could Nokia be making the plunge into the tabletsphere as well?
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During today’s Nokia announcement regarding profits and sales, the Finnish giant’s CEO, Stephen Elop made a remark that may refer to a future tablet with Windows 8 made by this Nordic firm. He said that the partnership with Microsoft might soon extend beyond just phones. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in figures, know that Nokia lost almost a billion euros in Q4 2011, that means almost $1.3 billion.
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The tablet will run Windows 8 and I’m sure it will integrate the Lumias perfectly into the experience and the Xbox consoles as well. At some point during his speech, Stephen Elop said that Microosft has a certain consisteny of user experience, on PCs, tablets and phones and also mentioned the option to get involved in “a larger play”. I guess that Nokia won’t start making PCs, so tablets is the next best thing. The rumors about the Windows 8 Nokia tablet were started when the Nokia France director Paul Amsellem said that the company is working on such a product.