It’s been rumored for a long time, and now it’s real: Nokia has unveiled its first tablet, the Lumia 2520, a 10.1-inch Windows-based model that emphasizes “mobility” above all else.
To prove the point, Nokia isn’t offering a version of the tablet with just Wi-Fi connectivity — it will only be sold through wireless carriers with a plan to connect with 4G LTE networks.
“We’re experts in mobility and that’s what we’re designing for,” says Ifi Majid, Nokia’s head of product marketing for smart devices. “All of the tablets that we create will be LTE- and Wi-Fi-enabled.” Read more…
Via: Mashable: Gadgets