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Nokia MeeGo tablet spied on web

Seven-incher by the look of it

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Nokia's rumoured media tablet based on the MeeGo operating system it created with Intel has allegedly been photographed and the snap posted online.

The woefully under-exposed shot shows a tablet running a video player app, and if you yank up the brightness in a photo-editing app, you'll spot a shiny Nokia logo too.

Nokia Meego Tablet

Source: Meego.com

All points considered, it's a 7in boy, but there's little else anyone can say about it. The pic's poster, who dropped the shot into the Mobile-Review forum, didn't say where or when the shot had been taken, but the image's meta data reveals it came from the Meego website's bug notification section. ®

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