DigiTimes reported that Nokia will be teaming up with Microsoft to venture it into the tablet PC market with the Windows on ARM 10-inch tablet running on a dual-core Qualcomm Soc at the end of this year. The plan is to bring up the tablet in the quarter fourth of 2012. It is expected that the Finnish mobile maker will outsource the product of the 10-inch tab to Compal Electronics and in the first batch of shipments will results in 20,000 units. We do expect a lot to come from the mobile and software giant together.
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