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Nokia Lumia 2520 4G LTE Tablet, Black 10.1-Inch 32GB (AT&T)
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|
With an integrated memory of 32 GB the Nokia Lumia 2520 makes storing user data and downloaded content easy. Running on Windows RT operating system, this Nokia tablet offers a variety of handy features, as well as Wi-Fi + 4G connectivity. Additionally, this Nokia Lumia weighs 1.37lb (0.62 kg) and comes in silk black color with 10.1in (25.65 cm) display, ensuring convenient usage and menu navigation. Product Identifiers Brand Nokia Model 2520 MPN 6181A Carrier AT&T (US) Key Features Type Tablet Family Line Lumia Display Size 10.1in (25.65 cm) Hard Drive Capacity 32 GB Operating System Windows RT Internet Connectivity Wi-Fi + 4G Supported File Types MP3, MPEG-4, WAV Processor Processor Manufacturer Qualcomm Processor Speed 2.2 GHz Digital Camera Rear Camera Resolution 6.7 megapixel Connections and Expandability Expandability microSD Dimensions Width 10.5in (26.67 cm) Weight 1.37lb (0.62 kg) Miscellaneous Release Date 2013
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Once you get past the lack of apps and realize that this is basically a folding netbook with super performance you realize the kind of capabilities you have with this thing. As a photographer needing something to run a business and keep track of everything and still look professional I stumbled onto this thing with its extra battery in the keyboard and ability to run full internet anywhere. It also looks very professional and comes with the full suite of Office installed on it already which makes it a HUGE plus in my book. Performance is amazing and if you're getting this with the idea that the OS is going to be setup somewhat like your Lumia phone you are wrong. While there are similarities for the most part it looks and feels like Windows 8 but totally isn't.
That being said this thing can multitask as well as my laptop and I'm beginning to question the need for a laptop as this is smaller and entirely more portable.
I am the owner of the Blackberry Playbook and a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (I've also had, owned, and sold an Ipad Air... it was horrible) so I've had plenty of experience with different OS's.
I still own both my blackberry and Tab and find them to be wonderful machines in their own way. Comparing those two and this is somewhat easy though as the Lumia has all the features of each of the other tablets I liked.
Like the Blackberry the Lumia is built like a tank. While it doesn't have the same solid backing as the Blackberry, the Lumia screams quality when you pick it up for the first time. The only way the two are somewhat similar on this is buttons.... The designers just kinda threw whatever in there when it came to this after doing such a superb job on the rest of tablet. Also the blackberry and this alike both do excellent in everyday tasks such as checking emails, surfing the net and watching movies or listening to music. However where the Blackberry fell short was the apps. When it was released it was promised that more apps were to follow and that it would catch up over time. I soon realized these were false promises but still loved the tablet for general use until like many other owners the USB charging port went out. Not being able to charge it or transfer files while deployed forced my hand into buying a Galaxy Tab (not that I'm complaining) until I could return home and purchase the charging dock.
I used the playbook for my kids to read and play games on once I was able to charge it again and the Tab became my workhorse for photography.
The tab proved itself very worthy but with a few quirks thrown in. the styling was spot on but the build quality was a little lacking. very easily flexible and with the finish rubbing off after only a couple months it looked like it'd been through the worst (even with a folding keyboard case). The app side of the house is littered with apps for every kind of use out there so there isn't a problem there. However not being able to have full internet at times wore on me and hesitantly I looked for another tablet.
Being that buying a tablet is now much like buying a vehicle there are features that every owner looks for when doing this task. I wanted something capable of multitasking, was in the mid-range bracket, and that could run full internet and be used anywhere. I already had a Lumia 1020 Smartphone and absolutely love it... the thing runs beautifully and the build quality is waaay better than any other phone I've had. With this in mind I purchased this a few days ago along with the keyboard case to unlock its full potential.
I have to say I'm very pleased with how Nokia has done on their first attempt at a Windows RT tablet. A lot of people knock the RT OS but the truth is if you're looking for a full windows experience you're more than likely going to wind up with something with a lot more hardware in it to handle the extra strain and not heat up too bad. The OS runs surprisingly smoother than I thought it would and actually seems to not crash at all (I've had more problems from my laptop). Also the annoying updates that I've had with Windows 8 so far are non existent. RT seems to be a MORE solid OS than normal Windows which for me is a huge plus since I do get slightly annoyed with Windows 8. I realize you cant run photo shop and things of this nature but again for general use a tablet shouldn't be expected to do these things.
The tablet feels very solid and slightly heavy in hand which is a good thing for me. I like knowing my tablet is beefy since to me that means it's more than likely built better and the display is really awesome. A lot of reviews knock it on the warmth but in reality most peoples eyes will naturally drift to a warmer color. Sound is the best on any tablet I've ever owned with the Blackberry right behind it. The only thing that makes this tablet better is the fact it actually gets louder than the Playbook so in a larger room it can fill it with music without you having to be quiet. Touch response is great and I have yet to have any problems with the tablet itself (the keyboard is slightly annoying with the touchpad but I'll get to that later) and everything performs as advertised. Charging is done through a standard jack instead of a USB port which makes me feel MUCH better since I know data transfer will NEVER be an issue and with the keyboard you can use this thing all day as a PC with heavy use and I'll still have 30ish percent of my battery power left thanks to the built in battery of the keyboard. The charger is much bulkier than I expected but the cord is long enough for even some of the longest reaches.Also with the keyboard you get the ability to use normal USB devices without an adapter which is a huge plus as this is one less cable you'll have to carry with you.
The Nokia keyboard case I feel is both a blessing and a curse. While is unlocks all the potential of the tablet one thing is what kills it for me.... the touchpad.
It's extremely small and initially when I discovered it I was excited to try it out. Now I hate it and wish something could have been done to make it better. The pad is so small that its TOO easy to use the swipe functions for windows. This is already easy enough and an annoyance to me on a normal windows 8 PC but this turns it into a battle if you need to use the touchpad. It's only 3-3.5 inches wide so any quick glide over it sends you to your tiles from desktop mode or brings up the start menu on the right side. This is constant and forces you to use it at a very slow pace. I wish the designers at Nokia could have found a way to override that function only since the hotkeys on the keyboard can do the same thing along with it being a touchscreen. The functions are unnecessary and highly annoying. Other than that it functions really well with keys being spaced just far enough apart for me. A lot of people complain about them being close together but after a few minutes your hands get used to it and I can actually type faster on this thing that on a standard keyboard I feel.
In the end I've accepted the keyboard for what it is as this is a remarkable tablet for the price. I would highly recommend this thing if you're looking for use on a 4g network since it's such a powerhouse and you won't have to worry about leaving your hotspot on. I say go for it and enjoy what this thing can do if you can pick it up for the 99$ with a contract... you cant beat it.
The look and feel of the tablet overall is incredible!
The ports and buttons are in optimal places as well.
I have not regretted purchasing this tablet at all. I did hear one complaint amongst owners and potential buyers was that the charging port plug was "uninspired." True it is a 2.5mm round power connector, but this connector plugs in to the device and requires some pushing to really get it to go in. It does not feel like the cheap car chargers for flip phones of the 90s. Personally, I am ok with the fact that it is a round connector like that as it keeps the tablet thin enough.
As far as storage, once you free up space by uninstalling unnecessary apps and backup the restore image to a flash drive, there is ample space. Adding a 64 GB UHS1 Class10 MicroSD card will also give you plenty of space to do whatever you need to on this tablet.
The only thing I did wish AT&T did with this tablet, was offer it in red. But that is what the Nokia Power Keyboard will be for, whenever it gets released here in the US.