Nokia Lumia 2520 is the first Nokia tablet launched by the Finnish manufacturer that runs on the Windows RT 8.1 operating system. It is designed to compete directly with Microsoft’s Surface 2 line of tablets.

Since Microsoft is in the process of buying out Nokia, getting the Nokia Lumia 2520 would allow you to lay your hands on perhaps the last Windows RT tablet that sports the Lumia brand. It is very likely that Microsoft may opt to axe this tablet or other Lumia successors in favour of Surface line of tablets, should it complete the proposed buyout of Nokia. In any case, this trendy tablet equipped with the latest technology is definitely worth the price

Nokia 2520 tabletDesign:

The sleek, stylish Nokia Lumia 2520 incorporates all the hallmarks of a Lumia device that you desire. Design-wise, it looks like a blown-up version of the Nokia Lumia 1520 smartphone.

While making this Nokia tablet, the company has ensured that it features a design that is drastically different from that of the Microsoft Surface 2 tablet. Lumia 2520 is sure to catch the eye with its curvy, bright back that is built using polycarbonate plastic. Its gorgeous 10.1€ screen slate is 8.9mm thick and comes with an overall weight of 615g. These features ensure that Lumia 2520 is small, light, and portable.

The Lumia 2520 is available in four snazzy colours, with two different finishes. The white- and the red-back versions incorporate a sleek and glossy finish on the rear, while the cyan- and the black-back versions feature a matte finish.

Hardware

The Nokia Lumia 2520 features one micro HDMI, and micro USB 3.0 port. A microSD card slot allows you to expand the storage of your tablet by up to 64 GB. It also comes with a pin-locked SIM door for added security. You can hook up your digital devices to the tablet by buying Nokia’s Power Keyboard. It comes with two additional full-size USB ports, allowing you to turn the tablet into a laptop-replacement device. A proprietary connector comes included with the tablet.

Display
The Nokia Lumia 2520 offers a stunning resolution of 1080p, along with pixel density of 281ppi. Thanks to these features, your images look crisp and sharp when viewed from virtually any angle. The screen is built using tough Corning Gorilla Glass 2 technology.

Performance
The Nokia Lumia 2520 runs on a powerful Qualcomm quad-core 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 chip. With this ultra-fast processor, launching and toggling apps, swiping through menus, playing HD video, gaming and much more is a breeze.

Connectivity

The Nokia Lumia 2520 features a built-in LTE (Long Term Evolution) that ensures it is not just a Wi-Fi-only device. You can access blazing fast 4G internet via LTE. It also supports WCDMA, and GSM.

Battery
Lumia 2520 comes with a high capacity 8,120 mAh battery, which is quite remarkable. With this Nokia tablet, you can spend hours watching videos streamed via Wi-Fi.

Software
This is the first device from Nokia that runs on the tablet-optimized Windows RT 8.1 software. Its design is quite similar to Windows RT and Windows Phone 8, yet is drastically different. The Nokia tablet comes loaded with all the default apps that come with Microsoft, including Food and Drink, Health and Fitness, and much more. Also included are apps designed by Nokia like: Nokia Camera, Nokia Music, Nokia Storyteller, and Nokia Video Director.

Conclusion
The Nokia Lumia 2520 is a state-of-the-art device that comes loaded with all the cutting-edge features that you expect in a tablet. It has an eye-catching design and is quite portable. Its high resolution display delivers crisp, vivid images, even when viewed from any angle. Qualcomm quad-core 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 chip in its processor ensures that this tablet is super-fast and does not lag. It has all the latest connectivity features that allow you to connect to the Internet with ease. Windows RT 8.1 OS ensures you get the most out of the up-to-date software. The tablet incorporates Nokia’s famed, reliable hardware that is loved by all. Its high capacity battery ensures hours of operating in between charges. This Nokia tablet incorporates all the latest technology and is definitely worth the price.