Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet carrier availability, pricing rumored

We’ve yet to get a really good look at this rumored Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet, but that hasn’t stopped the device from dominating a lot of the talk about the upcoming Nokia World announcement in two weeks. With any luck, we’ll see the tablet launch then, bringing Nokia into the world of Windows RT. A lot of details have already leaked, and today we turn our attention to specifics concerning just how the tablet will arrive, talking about when Verizon might add the 2520 to its stable.

Supposedly, Verizon’s either getting the Lumia 2520 on November 17 or 18, just about four weeks after the expected launch announcement. It should sell for right around $500, and would be available through Microsoft stores.

Rumors have also looked to an AT&T version of the 2520, and while they once were looking to that one hitting retail on early November, we wonder if now it might be more in line with this Verizon date, going up for sale in the latter half of the month.

The Lumia 2520 should feature a 10.1-inch 1080p display, run a Snapdragon 800 SoC, and feature 32GB internal storage, with microSD expansion available.

Source: WPCentral

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