A Nokia executive has hinted once again that the company may release tablet in the future. Jo Harlow, Nokia’s executive vice president of smart devices, revealed during an interview with CNET that the company is “very interested” in tablets and it is a market that is being closely examined. Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has previously said that the company was studying the market “very closely,” leading many to speculate that an announcement of a Lumia tablet may be coming soon. Considering Nokia’s partnership with Microsoft, the rumored tablet will likely run either Windows 8 or Windows RT. Nokia remains the only major smartphone vendor yet to launch a modern tablet.
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