We stumbled upon a blurry image, which allegedly shows the Rumorland-resident Sony phablet going by the name of Xperia Togari (L4). There's also a Nokia phablet, which sources point could be named 1030 with perhaps a Lumia somewhere in the name too.
The Togari could sport a 6.44" FullHD 1080p display and is supposed to be powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor. The following image compares the alleged live shot against a previously leaked image of an Xperia device's frame and there are obvious similarities.
As for the rather interesting-looking Nokia device - it sporting a Lumia-type body in cyan we see a large device which can fit three medium-sized Live tiles. This could be the Lumia phablet device Nokia's CEO himself has been mentioning.
Still the image looks highly untrustworthy given the presence of camera shake blur in the background and the lack of it in the Xperia L4 part of the image. Our gut tells us that it should be taken with more than the usual pinch of salt accompanying such images.
However, both prototypes pictured look quite plausible, so even if the image is fake there's an outside chance that it has been created by someone who has actually seen the devices in question.Source | Via
what a joke!
That's far from the first tablet. Not even the Compaq TC1000 announced in 2001 and released in 2002 can claim that title, though it was the first tablet wich could be considered usable by most people. It ran Windows XP and was set up like Asus ...
hate to burst a few bubbles, but Noia invented the 1st tablet. Look it up, it was called the "770 internet tablet" and was released in 2005... it want released wordwide, and i never heard of it until i looked it up.. but its there, and way ...