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For Nokia, Design and user-experience are the key ingredients for a successful flagship device. The Finnish giant has already shown its power by making long lasting phones. Now with changing times, Nokia is jumping into the tablet market with the Lumia 2520. We have been hearing about Nokia's first monster tablet for a quite long time. Finally, Nokia unveiled its super tablet device at an event held in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
The Nokia World event saw the coming of Lumia 2520 alongside the Lumia 1520, Lumia 1320 and three new Asha handsets (Asha 503, 502, 500). GizBot attended this year's Nokia World event. As we checked out the Lumia 2520 tablet with our own eyes - here is a quick look at Nokia's first attempt to kill iPad.
You may ask this question when you enter an electronic store," Are tablets more powerful than smartphones ". From processing to imaging technology, tablets definitely have bigger displays but most of the available hardware seen as fractured warriors. Being a leader, Nokia has decided to bring a significant change in the way we consumer consume content on a tablet. The recently announced Lumia 2520 could boost Nokia's chances to capture a decent market share from other dominating tech vendors.
There's a reason behind everything. Yes, Nokia is launching a tablet device quite late but if the offered product stands tall among competitors, then there is a chance to see success. Mobility is Nokia's ambition, and we will see a stand-out hardware packaged in the form of a tablet. Nokia has used a 10.1-inch Clear Black IPS LCD display (yes, capacitive multi-touch). The display supports 1920 x 1080 pixels, which means that the content you explore on a tablet will be in Full HD format. Viewing angles are great, and videos played during a brief demo bear resemblance to a reality. Color reproduction is fantastic too. So far, this is the best tablet to have such a high-quality display.
The design language implemented by Nokia to make this very tablet is crystal clear. Nokia is following a straight forward approach. That's why you will notice that the Lumia 2520 shares some connection with every other Windows powered Lumia handset. The device will be available in Black, White, Red and Cyan. The tablet measures 8.9mm in terms of thickness and weighs 615 grams. The tablet is solidly built, and can give tough competition to all the leading high-end tablets available in the market today. The tablet is crafted from polycarbonate unibody chassis, and its thin edges make it even comfortable to handle. The volume rocker and power button are placed on the top side. On the left hand side, you will notice the headphone jack and charging port. The right hand packs an HDMI port and USB 3.0 connection.