A video of the Nokia “Vega” tablet that was never produced
In 2014, Nokia was apparently working on a series of tablets. But according to what Evan Blas has announced on his Twitter account, this company canceled the production of all four of its tablets codenamed Illusionist, Mercury, Pine and Vega/Atlas and never put them into mass production. Last year, pictures of the Mercury tablet were released, but this time it was the turn of the Nokia Vega tablet to release a video of its prototype.
By today’s standards Nokia Vega (model RX-107) looks “antique” in the real sense. Just take a look at its margins to understand this. Naturally, its hardware specifications are not comparable to today’s tablets, especially Microsoft’s Surface Pro 6 and Apple’s iPad Pro 2018. The Vega has a 6.6-inch display and a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor. Its RAM memory is 2 GB and its storage space, which can be increased, is 32 GB. The rear camera of this phone is 8 megapixels and the front camera is 1 megapixels, and the operating system is Windows RT by default.
At the end of the article, you can see the video of the prototype of the Nokia Vega tablet that never reached the production stage.