Ten-inch tablet complete with dual-core power could land by Christmas.
Nokia is pinning all of its hopes on Microsoft's Windows OS to resurrect smartphone sales, and fresh from releasing the Lumia series in late 2011, it will release Windows 8 tablets as soon as Q4 this year, according to Digitimes.
Citing the usual 'sources', the report says Nokia will unleash a ten-inch, dual-core powered tablet, and anticipates that debut shipments will pass 200,000.
However, the sources were tightlipped as to how many shipments or sales the firm expects to witness in its first quarter overall, though it will need to be looking at the low millions to become relevant.
Amazon's seven-inch Kindle Fire was launched in November, and shipped four million to become the world's number two tablet maker.
If Nokia does plan on joining the ranks of iPad rivals, it will need to offer very competitive pricing as the likes of the Fire and Nook tablet retail for as little as $199, while iPads cost upwards of $400.
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