Nokia Lumia 2520: Is Nokia’s First Tablet


Recently Nokia released their first tablet computer. This is the first tablet ever released by Nokia to the market ever since we’ve known Nokia and this is probably as a result of Microsoft’s recent decision to invest in the latter.
It seem they wanted the launch to coincide with Apple’s latest release of the iPad Air as it was done a few moments after. Nokia’s new and first tablet comes with a 10.1 inch screen display
Some features of Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet

Camera: It comes with a powerful 6.7MP back camera and a 2MP front facing camera

Battery life: Up to 11 hours
Memory: Internal memory of 32GB which is also expandable to 32gb of external storage using a microSD card. SEE MORE AFTER CUT>>>

Operating system: Lumia 2520 runs on the Windows 8.1 operating system. This comes with free microsoft suite and apps.
Apps: Apart from free Microsoft apps, it also comes with some free Nokia apps such as storyteller, Video Director, Music and maps
Colours: It comes in 4 colours – Red, Cyan, Black and White.
Connectivity: It works with both LTE and WiFi connections
Processor: It works with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset processor.
The estimated price for the Nokia Lumia tablet will be from $499(N80,000). There is also a Nokia Power Keyboard being sold for $159(N26,000) that is suited for the tablet.

Well, for most people who know Nokia, the company is basically the bastion of mobile phones and did rule the mobile world until stiff competition from smartphone brands started heating up.

Although one would say that Nokia mobile phones were a bit like PCs themselves, giving the smart technology behind them, going into the production of tablets is something that is coming a bit late but not too late.
There is no clear dominance yet of who rules the tablet market even though Apple rides the chair for now, tech companies from Asian countries and Android platforms are catching up quickly. While most Chines Android tablets are made so affordable at less than a $100, tablets from Apple and Nokia are already priced at over $400 each.
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