Upcoming Nokia Lumia 2520 Tablet Passes FCC With AT&T And Verizon LTE Support

Nokia Lumia 2520 Tablet

Nokia is planning to reveal its first 10-inch Windows RT 8.1 tablet under the name of Lumia 2520. The device will be available in October from Verizon in Red and Black colors, support for 4G LTE and price starting from $499 USD. Today, this tablet has passed FCC in the US with support for both AT&T and Verizon LTE bands. The internal name of the device is  RX-114. The FCC filing confirms that is device features LTE with support for bands 2, 4, 5, 13 and 17, along with a full suite of HSPA+ and GSM / EDGE. We will know more about it when Nokia launches this device on Oct 22nd.

Key features of the tablet:

  • Windows RT 8.1 device
  • Snapdragon 800 processor at 2.15 hz
  • 6.7-megapixel primary Carl Zeiss optics camera and a 2-megapixel front camera.
  • 10.1″ 1080p screen, 5 point multi-touch with wide viewing angles.
  • In-built storage of 32 GB
  • Detachable keyboard/stand which should be connected to the tablet to make it work just like Touch/Type covers for Surface.
  • There is a battery in the keyboard for extra power.
  • USB ports in the back
  • Wireless N Cell compatible
  • Micro HDMI & USB 3.0 port support
  • AT&T/Verizon LTE support

Source: FCC via: Engadget

  • DKJr

    Looks interesting as a consumption device save for the pricing. Wish it was a smaller device with a lower price point, say, 8 incher. Nokia/MS, please urgently release a 7 to 8 incher with Snapdragon 800 at a more affordable price point. I’d call it the Lumia 520 kin of the tablet world. That could spark W8.x adoption rates just like the L520 has sparked adoption of Lumia WP8.x phones.

  • wessam

    If this true i will wait for win8 Pro

    • observer2121

      RT is just fine with me. Does everything I need it to for a tablet. Full windows is nice but too much for my tablet needs.

      • Yuan Taizong

        ¿How is that different from any other P.C.? I’d like to have access to 4.000.000 productive apps of which only a smaller number are R.T. exclusive (the Windows Store), sure it beats an iPad or an Androne device, but not even both ecosystems combined can match Windows 8, Windows R.T. is a completely different story, though,

      • wessam

        I mentioned that “i will wait for win8 Pro” cause this is my needs i am IT Manager so I need Win8 Pro.

  • BIAS

    I’m no longer interested in these things, but I’m waiting for flexible devices. Those’ll get my attention…