Marko Ahtisaari was Nokia’s Head of Product Design approximately a year and half ago, and during his reign, he confessed at the time that he was spending most of his time working on a tablet and right he was. Nokia has unveiled details of what is now known as its very first Windows tablet.
Nokia unveiled details of its Lumia 2520 Tablet which includes a 10-inch display with 650nit brightness and protected by Gorilla Glass 2. Nokia release a video demonstrating its outdoor readability in sunny Abu Dhabi, the tablet is powered by a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 CPU, there’s a 6.7-megapixel rear camera with Zeiss optics and a 2-megapixel front facing camera.
The new tablet also comes with LTE and WiFi 802.11b/g/n connectivity included and will be available in the either a red/white glossy finish, or cyan and black matte paintjob when the company starts shipping the units in Q4. The tablet also comes with an 800mAh battery which is accompanied by quick charging capabilities, which can recharge the fully drained battery to 50 percent in only 40 minutes.
Once it hits shelves nationwide, it should go for a suggested market price of $499 and is also expected to ship with the Nokia Power Keyboard accessory that delivers an extra five hours of battery life plus two extra USB ports, should go for about an extra $149. The Lumia 2520 runs on Windows RT 8.1 for a highly personal and easy to navigate experience, and also features multiple color choices and fast-charging capability – providing up to an 80% charge in one hour.