Nokia Lumia 2520 4G LTE Tablet, Black 10.1-Inch 32GB (Verizon Wireless)

3.2 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
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  • Display: 10.1-inches
  • Camera: 6.7-MP
  • Processor Speed: 2.2 GHz
  • OS: Windows 8
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 10.51 inches, 0.35 inches, 6.65 inches
  • Weight: 1.36 pounds
  • Network Compatibility: LTE
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Product Description

Get a 10.1-inch Full HD display with enhanced screen readability, 4G LTE connectivity, super-fast charging, and a 6.7 MP camera with ZEISS optics. This beautiful tablet also comes with built-in Microsoft Office 2013 RT, which includes Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote, letting you boost your productivity wherever you choose to work from.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 0.4 x 6.6 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00GJ3H5PK
  • Item model number: Lumia 2520
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #427,242 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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From the Manufacturer

Display & User Interface Display features: Orientation sensor, Refresh rate 60 Hz, Corning Gorilla Glass 2, Enhanced outdoor readability, Wide viewing angle Display technology: ClearBlack, IPS LCD Sensors: Ambient Light Sensor, Accelerometer, Proximity Sensor, Gyroscope, Magnetometer Touch screen technology: Capacitive Multipoint-Touch
Data Network LTE network bands: 4, 5, 17, 2 WCDMA network: 850 MHz, 900 MHz, 1900 MHz, 2100 MHz GSM network: 850 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 1900 MHz
Processor Processor name: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Processor type: Quad-core 2.2 GHz
Power Management Battery capacity: 8120 mAh Removable battery: No Maximum standby time: 25 days
Memory RAM: 2 GB Mass memory: 32 GB Expandable memory card type: MicroSD Maximum memory card size: 32 GB
Accessibility features Hearing: Closed captioning, Video call Vision: Voice recognition, Font magnification, Voice Commands, Screen magnification, Screen reader compatible Physical skills: Voice Commands, Voice recognition

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By Paul F. Downing on December 6, 2013
I am not a neophyte when it comes to computers or tablets. I am what some companies consider an early adopter. My first tablet was the original I Pad, which I still have and use. Approximately a year ago, I acquired a Lumia 820 cell phone through Verizon. I had used multiple phone OS (Android, IOS, Blackberry) in the past, but the windows OS was something that intrigued me. Right at the start though, you have to realize that Windows RT (2520) and Lumia Windows OS phones are not identical. The apps that are available on the windows phone, may not be available for the 2520. I have set up NetFlix, Zillow, and Bank of America apps on the 2520, but I am waiting for apps such as Slingbox, which is already on my phone. The app store for Windows RT is sparse at this point. Hopefully Microsoft will be aggressive in merging the Windows RT and Phone OS.
The hardware is exquisite and extremely responsive. Set up is easy and fast, although you should immediately update the system, which takes about 20 minutes. WiFi connections are easy and stable. The screen keyboard is very easy to use and the auto correct feature is not obtrusive. For those who ordered prior to December 2nd (US Only I believe), there is a free power keyboard with a future delivery date of 6 - 8 weeks from purchase of the 2520. Not sure if this promotion will be extended. The power keyboard is specked to deliver another 5 hours of battery life to the already impressive 11 hours of battery life on the 2520. So far the battery life has met all the manufacturers claims. There is a micro HDMI port for connection to a monitor or large screen TV. Be careful in ordering cables or adapters. It is a MICRO HDMI, not a MINI HDMI. Mini HDMI's do not work. I have not played with the USB 3 port, and I'm not sure how much I will need to use that port.
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This is the best of the lightweight, thin Windows 8 tablets with 4G anywhere access. At 1.2 pounds, it's much thinner and lighter than the Microsoft Surface.

Update Feb 2015: With Windows 10 now supporting the Nokia Lumia 2520, the extended lifespan combined with low price and features is making this an all-time best deal (full review further below).

Update Feb 2015: Using the Lumia 2520 on a "big screen" TV, to replace cable TV has been phenomenal. Being able to "pin all my tv shows" right to the desktop, and then "beam them" to the TV is sooooo much better than browsing 250+ TV channels. If your new TV has miracast built in, then this works seamlessly. I've been using an adapter, the Microsoft HD-10 Miracast adapter. Another option is the "Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter."

Update Mar 8: Installed the new Windows 8.1.1 RT update, and so far loving the changes. Reading mode in IE 11 (better formatted web pages with easy to read fonts); bing search is built in now, integrates with multiple apps, works well, gives pleasing/stylized results (press search, type in song name, press play); new Microsoft apps like health and fitness, etc.. I'll post a full review later on.

Update Feb 6: I'm just now realizing how much value is here, with the keyboard case you get the full tablet experience, desktop experience, laptop experience, and ultrabook experience.

Update Feb 21: A Wi-Fi driver update has resolved the standby connectivity bug, so now the software runs perfectly.

As typical with Nokia, the build quality is amazing. It feels more like a smartphone than portable laptop, and the optional Keyboard Case just adds to the appeal.

To do all that, Nokia ditched the kickstand and full sized USB ports.
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I will preface this review by saying that I own iPads, iPad minis, a Surface, and have used Galaxy tabs. The Nokia 2520 is without a doubt the best tablet I own.

The 2520 is lightning fast. Apps boot and run without any hesitation. The Windows interface makes iOS look antiquated. When I jump over to the iPad for something, I always think at how the Nokia makes the iPad interface look like an old toy.

The picture on the Lumia is extremely good yet soft. When I first bought it I set the iPad with Retina next to it. Their detail is similar but the Lumia is easier to look at for some reason. The glass has better eye feel, if that makes sense. I have tried using the iPad for reading on vacation and two things happened; it had terrible glare, and after 30 minutes in the sun it would overheat. The Lumia is so much better for reading than the iPad it is not comparable. The non-glare screen is very usable in the sun. The unit itself did not overheat on me in the sun but to be honest, I did not really test it for long durations.

The Lumia is very light, much lighter than a Surface. The battery power is impressive. I would say you can get 12 hours of actual use (depending on what you are doing) and several days in standby mode without a charge. The width of the unit is similar to an iPad possibly 10% thicker. When you hold it in your hand the difference is not really noticeable. It is much thinner and lighter than the MS Surface, but because of it's beveled edges and firm feeling case, I think it feels more sturdy than a Surface.

The sensitivity of the screen is incredible. The on screen keyboard is very versatile however more feature rich (and complex) than the iPad. It takes a couple days to get used to it but once you do it is very productive.
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