Nokia Lumia 2520 4G LTE Tablet, Black 10.1-Inch 32GB (Verizon Wireless)
- Display: 10.1-inches
- Camera: 6.7-MP
- Processor Speed: 2.2 GHz
- OS: Windows 8
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Nokia Lumia 2520 4G LTE Tablet, Black 10.1-Inch 32GB (Verizon Wireless)
Flexibility gives productivity an upgrade.
Create and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files on the go. Synch your email and calendars with Outlook. And with up to 64GB of expandable memory and OneDrive, you can save your documents and pick up where you left off whenever you want.
Total mobility. Maximum readability.
The Nokia Lumia 2520 with high-res Full HD display is crisp and clear even in bright sunlight. So you can see whatever you’re working on, wherever you’re working, indoors or outside.
At a glance
- Primary camera sensor size: 6.7 MP
- Display size: 10.1 inches
- Processor name: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800
- Mass memory: 32 GB
- Maximum standby time: 25days
- LTE max data speed DL: 150 Mbps
- Enhanced outdoor readability: Contrast rating 120
Type. Touch. Or both.
Snap on the Nokia Power Keyboard and let your fingers do the talking. With up to five hours of extra battery life, a touch pad and two full-sized USB ports, getting things done on the move has never been easier.
Power up, as soon as possible
You never seem to run out of power. Why should your tablet? The Nokia Lumia 2520 can store an 80% charge in just one hour, leaving you 100% free to unplug and do your thing.
Connect at the speed of Skype
Thanks to its high-speed 4G LTE connectivity, the Nokia Lumia 2520 lets you make clear audio and video calls to all your Skype contacts. Reach out to whoever you need, no matter where you or they, are.
|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|
- Size (LWH): 10.51 inches, 0.35 inches, 6.65 inches
- Weight: 1.36 pounds
- Network Compatibility: LTE
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.
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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. The handwriting recognition that is an option built into the keyboard interface is amazing. My handwriting is terrible and it makes very few mistakes interpreting what I am trying to say.
The 2520 is expandable to a point. I inserted a 64 GB Micro Smart Card to store music and movies. I was a little disappointed that it did not support bigger cards but as the tech world moves to the cloud, I guess on-device storage is becoming less and less important. Regardless, I would like to have the ability to plug in a 128GB if I chose but 64 is the max. It also has a USB 3 port and I have never used it.
The sound on the 2520 is excellent. The sound with and without headphones is vastly superior to any of my other devices. The positioning of the speakers is smart and watching movies without headphones is quite easy. It has more sound power as well. I tested headphone volume with this device versus the iPad and Surface using the same ear bugs and this is far better than both.The camera is decent. It takes good pictures and is extremely good for video even in lower light (I use it for Skype). But the camera is not something I use often...I personally don't want to be lugging around a 10" device to take pictures at the beach, etc.
One thing I don't love is the charger. Once again, we as consumers, are required to have a proprietary charger made specifically for this device. It is not charged with a Micro USB, which really surprised me knowing Nokia (I have Nokia phones). But after reading about it, the reason behind the decision was not based on marketing but instead on technical function. Nokia claims that the 2520 can be fully charged from 10% to 100% in less than an hour. This could not be accomplished with a micro USB. Personally I have not tested the specific speed of charging but I will say that I noticed that it is fast. It is drastically faster than the Surface I would say slightly faster than a standard sized iPad and about the same as my Phone.
The complaint I hear the most from users of Windows mobile devices is the lack of apps. And that is a valid complaint. The Lumia has thousands of apps available for it in the Microsoft store and it also has additional apps available (almost all for free) designed by Nokia. My thought is this... I have bought tons of apps for the iPad. But honestly most of them are junk, toys that are fun, gimmicky, or maybe serve a single purpose. That is not saying there are not GREAT iOS apps. There are tons of them. But seriously of the 60 quadrillion apps available in the Apple store I only use about 10 of them regularly. The Windows store does not have near the amount of apps available but I guess it does not bother me because on the Lumia I have MS Office, I have Netflix, I have a great music player, I have an awesome maps application, Facebook, Amazon, etc. The apps and games available may not have the numbers of Apple but they certainly have everything you could need (outside of apps that make fart sounds or have singing cats, etc.).
So, that all being said, The 2520 has replaced all of my tablet devices. It is great for business as well as passing time. I guess the real proof is that I discontinued cell service on my iPads because I really don't use them anymore. Nokia has really created a nice device here.
The tablet is a great and wonderful device to own, BUT if your purchasing the Nokia Lumia 2520 for Verizon or AT&T "WITH OUT CONTRACT" (aka RX-114) for use within your local network carrier the you might want to reconsider and purchase the "RX-113" aka global version
The device I purchased (shown above) actually went to the Nokia Dealership service center and the device IS unlocked BUT the "regional carrier unlock" related to a CHIP inside the main board is LOCKED and theirs nothing you can do about this nor any Nokia worldwide dealership can do also!
Either get yourself the RX-113 version to take full advantage of the 4G LTE functionality OR use the RX-114 on a "4G Wifi Router"...
It is a great device once all the updates and your applications are installed and you've fully moved your files to this device.
Works and runs fine! No deep screen sleep issue as posted on the internet. I love it and will hopefully be purchasing a Huawei 4G wifi router to compliment my device and take advantage of the 4G LTE network....
Think before you buy!
Have a great day and thank you for reading my post. Hope this will be of help to all of you out there!
George Emile Toutounji
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