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Nokia wows with their first Windows tablet: the Lumia 2520

Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor

Announced at the Nokia World event in Abu Dhabi, Nokia’s first Windows tablet, the Lumia 2520 is powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 800 processor designed to keep you connected, entertained and productive everywhere you go, all while optimizing battery performance.

Connected

The Lumia 2520 has industry-leading 4G LTE support and Wi-Fi connectivity for lightning-fast communication while its vivid 10.1-inch HD display provides superior outdoor and indoor readability. Nokia’s tablet also gets up to an 80% charge in just one hour, thanks to the power sipping Snapdragon processor and Qualcomm Quick Charge, and can work up to 11 hours straight on a single charge.

Entertained

Running on Windows RT 8.1, the Lumia 2520 serves up a highly personal and easy to navigate experience with the Snapdragon processor powering the best in mobile graphics and multimedia. In keeping with Nokia’s rich legacy of advanced camera features, the Lumia 2520 also boasts a 6.7-MP camera and ZEISS optics for taking beautiful low light pictures.

Productive

To help you get even more done, the entire Microsoft Office RT suite including Word, Excel, Powerpoint and now Outlook are all pre-packed. Also included are Nokia exclusives like Nokia Music, Nokia Storyteller, Nokia Video Director and the Nokia HERE maps which make the Lumia 2520 the only tablet with true offline maps for a fast and reliable maps experience. With the powerful Snapdragon 800 processor, these apps can load and run at blazing-fast speeds.

View the first hands of the Lumia 2520 from Nokia: 

Nokia will also be offering the Nokia Power Keyboard, a wraparound cover that gives the tablet five extra hours of battery life and functions as a keyboard and trackpad. The Nokia Lumia 2520 will be available in red and white in a glossy finish as well as cyan and black in a matte finish, and is expected to start shipping late 2013 with an estimated price of $499 before taxes or subsidies.

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Topics: Nokia, Snapdragon 800, Tablets, Windows RT
Nattida Samanukorn

Nattida Samanukorn

Staff Writer, Snapdragon Blog

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