Nokia Lumia 2520 Update: 10.1 Inch Windows RT Tablet Spotted in Cyan Color


    As we come closer to the Nokia World event, more mysteries are waiting to be decoded. Nokia is rumored to come up with a tablet device. Currently dubbed as Lumia 2520, the device has now spotted in Cyan color.

    Twitter leaker @evleaks has released a purported picture of supposed Lumia 2520.

    "Nokia Lumia 2520, in cyan, 2013," the tweeted post read.

    Nokia is all set to be announce as many as six devices at the upcoming Nokia World conference on October 22. Beyond the Lumia 1520 and Lumia 2520, Nokia is expected to announce three new handsets under Asha series. There's a possibility to see a laptop computer powered by Windows 8 at the Nokia World.

    The Nokia Lumia 2520 is said to be a 10.1-inch tablet having a resolutin of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The said tablet would be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor ( or Snapdragon 600) coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of ROM ( expandable up to 64GB via a micro SD card slot). The tablet is said to be stuffed with a 6.7-mega pixel rear facing camera. The battery type is unknown at this point of time. Expect the new version of Windows RT 8.1 will power the device.

    Nokia Lumia 2520: 10.1 Inch Windows RT Tablet Spotted in Cyan Color


    Meanwhile, it is speculated that the Nokia Lumia 2520 will hit US market in the third week of November at a price point of $499 (Rs31,000). The Windows RT based tablet is said to be made available on Verizon and AT&T network. Color options have also leaked: Black and Red; though it's not confirmed.

    The Lumia 2520 has already cleared the FCC, so expect the device to get a release date very soon.The official unveiling of Lumia 2520 is set to take place in Abu Dhabi at the Nokia World on October 22. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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    Nokia Lumia 2520

    Nokia is rumored to be coming up with a 10.1-inch Windows RT based tablet. The design language is still not clear, as proper details are yet to be decoded. Now according to a latest report, the Nokia Lumia 2520 is expected to have a kickstand, just like the Microsoft Surface RT. Moreover, it also have a volume rocker and SIM card slot.

    Nokia Lumia 2520

    By far, it is assumed that the Lumia 2520 will have a 10-inch IPS display having resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Since most of the high-end tablets these days have Full HD resolution, so there are chances to see the Lumia 2520 to have lustful display.

    Nokia Lumia 2520

    The supposed Nokia Lumia 2520 will most likely to have Snapdragon 800 (quad-core) processor under the hood. Nokia is also preparing to launch a 6-inch phablet with same beefy processor. Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset is the most advance mobile processor in the world. Finger crossed!

    Nokia Lumia 2520

    Like any other Lumia device, Nokia will try to make its tablet as good as the upcoming iPad 5. The Lumia 2520 is rumored to have a 6.7MP PureView camera with LED Flash. The forthcoming iPad 5 is said to have a brilliant camera at par with the iPhone 5S. Will Nokia manage to impress users with its first Windows tablet? Only time will tell?

    Nokia Lumia 2520

    Nokia Lumia 2520 is said to make its debut in the upcoming Nokia World. Reportedly, the tablet device will go on sale in the third week of November at Rs 31,000 ($499). The Indian release date of Lumia 2520 is expected to be revealed on October 22.Stay tuned for more updates!


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