It seems that the rumours of a Windows Phone powered tablet from Nokia may very well be true. We’ve seen some shady leaks in the past, but the latest comes straight from The Verge’s inside sources who says that the upcoming device is currently in testing at AT&T.
According to The Verge, their sources that are close to all things Nokia suggests that a 6-inch Nokia phablet is currently in testing with AT&T and both company’s are preparing a release before the end of the year. Apparently the device will feature a 6-inch 1080p touch display as well as a speedy quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a camera that features a lens bigger than 20MP. The Nokia phablet device is apparently being codenamed Bandit, it remains to be seen however whether or not Nokia will be launching their own long rumoured Windows RT tablet, considering what a failure the OS has turned out to be.
The Nokia phablet will apparently made entirely out of polycarbonate plastic with a slight hump on its back for its camera. It will be the first Windows Phone device to feature a 1080p display and will likely be aimed towards the Samsung Galaxy Note III, HTC One Max and Sony Xperia Z Ultra.