1. wuiyang's Avatar
    Nokia have patented a NFC keyboard for its new Lumia feature, this technology will allow the tablet/phone to use keyboard by "attaching" the device to the keyboard, wirelessly. It has magnetic locking mechanism to ensure that the device are securely attached to the keyboard.

    The device will have dual displays, similar to old Clamshell Nokia like Nokia 6126, Nokia 6103 etc, the other display will be Glance Screen, but this one is big version and has detachable display. It will have two operating modes, first will act as a monitor of the PC, second one act as a touch screen monitor. This device will be like a mobile version of Surface series, without using any connectors for it.

    The size of the device might be around 7 to 8 inches, due to devices size less than 8 inches will have Windows 10 for Phone, and Microsoft Office will be free for Phone Version. The device might aimed for customer that use keyboard and phone frequently, and people who travel a lot.

    Will this be the next Nokia Lumia 2530?
    What do you think about this device?

    source: Nokia patents a detachable two-part Phone / Laptop hybrid | NPU
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    01-30-2015 03:06 AM
  2. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    How about that Nokia doesn't make Lumia any more and it will probably be used for their next Android tablet?

    Not sure where you've been but Nokia device division was bought by MS and the Lumia name is licensed to MS.

    So this will most likely be on the next Nokia N1 (N2?) Android tablet.
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    01-30-2015 03:43 AM
  3. wuiyang's Avatar
    How about that Nokia doesn't make Lumia any more and it will probably be used for their next Android tablet?

    Not sure where you've been but Nokia device division was bought by MS and the Lumia name is licensed to MS.

    So this will most likely be on the next Nokia N1 (N2?) Android tablet.
    since Microsoft brought it for only few years, and few years is about to end, and Nokia can sell Lumia again.

    Hope not, then Windows market share will decrease.
    Also, the Keyboard seem to have Ctrl, Windows, Alt.
    01-30-2015 09:26 AM
  4. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    since Microsoft brought it for only few years, and few years is about to end, and Nokia can sell Lumia again.

    Hope not, then Windows market share will decrease.
    Also, the Keyboard seem to have Ctrl, Windows, Alt.
    You don't seem to realise a few things. Allow me to clarify for you.

    1 - MS bought the devices division, they did not buy Nokia. Nokia still exist and is doing fine.
    2 - Nokia released the N1 - Nokia N1
    3 - As part of the MS / Nokia contract Nokia is not allowed to sell phones I think it's until 2016
    4 - Nokia is no longer supporting WP fully. They have released the HERE apps for iOS and Android. The apps are better on Android than WP IMO.

    My guess is that the keyboard is for the next revision of the N1 or maybe something else.

    http://www.windowscentral.com/micros...ll-close-april
    Last edited by N_LaRUE; 01-30-2015 at 10:55 AM.
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    01-30-2015 09:37 AM
  5. k12000lt's Avatar
    Ohh..if Nokia comes with it...I'll be the first to switch..
    01-30-2015 10:17 AM

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