Nokia is launching first Windows RT tablet Lumia 2520 on AT&T next week in addition to its flagship Lumia 1520. Both devices are available for pre-orders via Microsoft Store and AT&T websites.
AT&T has announced that it will release the Nokia Lumia 2520 on November 22nd for $400 when paired with a two-year data contract. A little disheartening news is that it will launch the device only in the color black.
However, there is an incentive that if you’re going all-in on Nokia hardware – buy a Lumia 925, 1020 or 1520 at the same time and the carrier will drop the 2520’s price down to $200 with a two-year agreement.
And in case you don’t want any hassles of a contract, the Lumia 2520 is available straight from Nokia for $499. That makes it just $50 more than the Microsoft’s Surface 2, which lacks 3G/LTE connectivity.
The Nokia Lumia 2520 is a versatile Windows RT 8.1 tablet with a wide range of features that helps users stay connected and entertained at the same time.
It has a 10.1” Full High Definition display with ClearBlack technology for amazing outdoor readability which makes it usable even in direct sunlight.
The second best thing about the device is the built-in Microsoft Office and Outlook, which allows users to create presentations, edit spreadsheets, and keep track of emails wherever they may be. The tablet weighs just 22 ounces and is portable enough to carry on a business trip, family vacation, rather almost anywhere.
“Full Microsoft Office on the Lumia 2520 makes working on-the-go as easy as being entertained by your apps, music and video,” said Chris Penrose, senior vice president, Emerging Devices, AT&T Mobility. “That plus a killer design makes it truly a tablet for everyone.”