The Nokia Lumia 2520 is going to see its U.S. debut next week, with an LTE-enabled version of this Windows RT 8.1 tablet launching on Nov. 22.
It is going to sell for $500, or $400 with a two-year service contract. The price drops to $200 when it’s bundled with a Nokia Lumia 925, Nokia Lumia 1020, or Nokia Lumia 1520 smartphone and a two-year contract.
Those who don’t want a contract can consider one of AT&T’s Day Plans.
This tablet was unveiled last month, making Nokia the only company besides Microsoft on-board with Windows RT 8.1.
More About the Lumia 2520
The Lumia 2520 will sport a 10.1-inch, 1080p (1920 x 1080) screen that will be made using Gorilla Glass 2.
It is going to be built around a 2.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm 800, among the fastest mobile processors available. Nokia is putting in 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Users will be able to add up to 32GB more with a microSD card, and the device will support Microsoft’s SkyDrive cloud storage service.
In addition to 4G LTE, the 2520 is naturally going to include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. There will be a 6.7 megapixel rear-facing camera and a front-facing one, too.
Windows RT 8.1 comes bundled not only with a version of Internet Explorer, but also with Outlook RT and Office RT, making this a pro-sumer device, good for consumers and also light-duty business use.
At launch, AT&T is only going to offer this tablet in a black casing. Buyers will have the option of picking up Nokia’s clip-on keyboard.
Verizon also intends to offer the Lumia 2520 at some point.