Mystery Nokia-branded device RX-114 gets FCC approval
A mystery Nokia-branded device has been spotted in FCC files. The Nokia RX-114 seems to be a tablet, according to the description of the device added to the documentation. It consists of diagrams and texts where it is clear that the tablet is a Nokia device. It will feature LTE support for network bands 2, 4,5,13 and 17. The FCC approved RX-114 will also have support for HSPA+ and GSM/EDGE. This information reveals that the upcoming tablet will be able to work on the networks of the biggest carries in the US, including T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T. Of course, this does not mean that RX-114 will be offered by a certain carrier. The speculations about the leak suggest that this is the Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet that is expected to arrive later in the year (latest rumors point 22nd of Oct). The upcoming slate runs on Windows RT, purposed for Verizon in the US. The big event when we are expecting to see the debut of Lumia 2520 (along with the phablet Lumia 1520) is 22nd of October during the Nokia event in Abu Dhabi.
The several leaks that emerged on the internet in the last weeks reveal for the tablet a 10.1—inches screen. it will work with Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU under the hood clocked at 2.15GHz. Nokia is planning to launch abundance of accessories for the new tablet. One of the most convenient is the similar to the Microsoft Surface Touch Cover. It will be a full QWERTY keyboard. The other accessory will remind to the functions of the Type Cover, for actual typing that you do on your PC keyboard. FCC is one of the best sources of information for upcoming devices and enriched models. A lot of companies are trying to cover the signs of the devices in order to keep the mystery. Obviously, very few succeed with this idea. We will know in few weeks whether this leak is reliable or not. Stay tuned.