Nokia Lumia 2520 Launches November 22 On AT&T For $399

Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet will launch on AT&T next week on November 22.  Pricing on two-year contract will start at $399.99. If you want the device off contract, it will cost you $499. If you are ready to buy the device along with Lumia 1520 or Lumia 1020 or Lumia 925, you need to pay just $199 on contract.

Some quick specs:

  • 10.1 inch Display
  • Keyboard Cover
  • LTE
  • 8,000 mAh battery
  • 6.7 megapixel rear camera
  • Nokia bundled apps including HERE maps, camera app, Storyteller image app
  • Runs Windows RT
  • Qualcomm Processor

November 22 is a big day for Microsoft and Nokia.  The Nokia Lumia 1520 and the Xbox One will both accompany the launch of the 2520. I suspect some our readers may be filing for bankruptcy quite soon (j/k). Availability on Verizon is still unclear at this time.

Source: Nokia

  • counterblow

    Pricing ON contract is $400? That is so fucking stupid. What is pricing off contract? $700? There is no subsidy to be had in tablets. a contract tablet is a scam plain and simple.

    • surilamin

      Pricing on contract is only $500 if I remember correctly. Makes little sense to buy on contract.

  • Allan Cantillo

    And if you buy it off contract, is the device unlocked by default? Or you should need to do something extra in order to have it unlocked?

    • surilamin

      Depends where you buy it from. In theory it should be unlocked, but that is not always the case.

  • Bugbog

    The only bundle that makes sense is getting the 1520 + 2520 together (or 1020) for $199. Though I suspect one will be in debt by the end of the contract, as the monthly payments are likely to be quite exorbitant! :)

  • SategB

    Let’s hope they limit build quantities so we minimize the write off.

    • nohone

      “…so we minimize…”
      There you go again, confusing you with we. You should talk with your doc about upping your meds.

      • SategB

        We; used as a pronoun to represent a mutual collective.

        In this case stock investors holding MSFT in their investment portfolio.

        I understand it comes from a place of pain and fear but your dismissiveness makes you sound like a very sad, unhappy person. I do wish you well.