There’s a new concept design for Nokia Windows 8 Tablets.

This time it’s been created by YrOnimuS (Jonas Daehnert).

His slate concept involves a 11.6 inch AMOLED screen and a very thin case.

The Nokia 1 Tablet measures 8.5mm in thickness, weighs 580 grams, supports a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and comes with a 5 megapixel camera at the back with 1080p video capture at 30 fps.

There’s also a 2 megapixel camera at the front, 32/64GB of internal storage, 2GB of RAM, a Li-Po 7500 mAh battery and the OS of choice is Windows 8 ARM Edition. This Nokia tablet concept also includes an active digitizer, based on Wacom technology.

If Nokia really do pt out a Windows 8 Tablet like this it will make the competition a lot more fierce when Windows 8 is released.

What do you guys think about the Nokia Windows 8 Tablet concept?

nokia1 tablet concept

nokia1 tablet concept

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  • 1stkorean

    this will be worth looking forward to.

  • Penta2100

    I hope they do. I would hope they make the screen size bigger and w/ the aspect ratio of 16:9

  • ECM2

    Looks fantastic. I wish I can still afford it, after buying 2 Android tablets and 1 Win7 tablet (which I upgraded to Win8DevPre).

  • Pavan Kumar P.T

    I will get this for sure.

  • Nikolás Glogowski

    There’s not a Windows 8 ARM Edition, it’s just one OS that adapts to the hardware (in this case, an ARM tablet).

    • nikoglo7

      I was wrong. Windows 8 RT and Windows 8 Pro.

  • Saze

    I prefer round corners instead of these corners, with round corners you feel better and more relax to begin a task with it.

  • 123321

    this would be simply amazing. i would by it immediatley.
    never seen such a fantastic tablet design.