Nokia chairman Jorma Ollila recently said that the company will eventually launch a range of tablets and hybrid smart mobile devices.
Ollila told the folks at Financial Times that Nokia will create these devices that will "make a difference." He said, "Tablets are an important one, so that is being looked into, and there will be different hybrids, different form factors in the future."
Nokia admits that they missed out on the "smartphone revolution" and hopes that the development of their own tablet can make them a competitive company in the market. Rumors have swirled in the past that Nokia was working on Windows 8 tablets given the company's partnership with Microsoft and Windows Phone 7.