Stephen Elop has taken Nokia World being held in Abu Dhabi to introduce new Nokia Lumia 2520, the commitment of the company to enter the tablet sector for the first time. With a unibody design clearly inspired the series of Lumia phones, the new device boasts excellent connectivity options, a camera above the average and unique apps.
The Nokia Lumia 2520 boasts LTE connectivity (in the words of Elop 80% of the tablets in the market are limited to offering WiFi) thanks a chip Qualcomm Snapdragon 8974. Its 10.1-inch screen has Gorilla glass 2 protection and a brightness level of 650 nits.
The new tablet will feature an exclusive version of Nokia Music, Video Director, a spectacular video editor, and StoryTeller, an app that combines photos and videos with geolocation system to create stunning interactive presentations. It will work with Windows RT 8.1 and have already confirmed that there will be version of Flipboard for the Microsoft operating system soon.
Nokia also unveiled the Power Keyboard, a must to get the most out of the new Nokia Lumia 2520 accessory. In addition to improving connectivity with two additional USB ports, incorporates a 5 hour battery to which we must add the tablet 11, getting a device capable of supporting two working days without using the charger.
- SnapDragon Quad Core 800 Processor
- RT Windows 8.1 operating system
- GSM, WCDMA, LTE
- WiFi, NFC, AGPS, microUSB 3.0, BT 4.0
- 2GB RAM
- 32GB internal memory, expandable via micro SD
- 7 Gybtes free SkyDrive
- 10.1 inch display (1,920 x 1,080 pixels)
- 267 x 168 x 8.9 mm
- 615 grams
- 800mAh battery
Rates and Availability
The new Nokia Lumia 2520 will be available in the U.S., UK and Finland in the fourth quarter of this year, ready for the Christmas season, for a price of $499. During the first months of 2014 will be available in other countries. The Nokia Power Keyboard will be available with a Lumia 2520 at an approximate price of $149.