Nokia has released its first tablet dubbed Lumia 2520. So, don’t be surprised if any moment from now, those that think any slate is an iPad, start asking you about the “Nokia iPad“…lol. The Lumia-style tablet looks just like a much bigger version of a Lumia Windows Phone. So, if you’ve played around with Lumia phones in the past, the 2520 will be immediately familiar to you.
Powered by Windows RT 8.1, the Nokia slate runs on 2.2GHz Quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor; has a 10.1″ FullHD display and comes with a variety of color options – black, blue, white and red. It weighs 615g and the body has thinned edges in favor of better handling.
There’s a 2MP front-facing camera for video calling, as well as a 6.7MP camera on the back. It also features 2GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage which is expandable via the microSD card slot. You’ll also get LTE connectivity (i.e uses SIM card), a micro-USB 3.0 connector and an 8,000mAh battery. It supports NFC and wi-fi hotspot for up to eight wi-fi-enabled devices. You can check the Nokia 2520 full specifications here.
While the Surface 2 has its own Touch and Type Covers, Nokia also created an add-on keyboard, dubbed Power Keyboard, which adds a boost of five hours to the battery life. It can be transformed into a stand and features additional USB ports and integrated kick-stand. The Power Keyboard will cost additional $150.
How Much is Nokia Lumia 2520 Tablet in Nigeria?
The device is supposed to launch before the end of the year for $499 in USA. Hence, when launched in Nigeria, the price of the Nokia Tablet in Nigeria should be around N100, 000 – N120,000.