It’s obviously a tablet, running out-the-box Windows RT (why oh why, Nokia?) and it packs a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU paired with Adreno 330 graphics. Meanwhile, the screen (whose size is unknown) is listed over at GFX Bench as sporting 1,371 x 771 pixels resolution, which is on-par with what the Surface Pro 2 shows in the same benchmark.
Ergo, Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) resolution is in the cards for Nokia’s gizmo as well. But once again, what in the hell is this in the first place? Could it be one and the same as the Lumia 2520, aka “Sirius”? Unlikely, since the 2520 has long been rumored to carry the RX-114 moniker, being even spotted under that name at the FCC ahead of the government agency’s shutdown.
In fact, no matter where and how much digging we do, we can’t tie the P6095 model number with anything. Anything at all. So it has to be one of two things: either a truly special, pioneering device for a different race of slates, or a poorly named regional or carrier-specific flavor of the “Sirius”. The latter being much more plausible, given what GFX Bench reveals on the specs front. But be sure to keep an open mind, as we really know nothing.
<Source: GFX Bench>