When it was launched, the Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet was very well received by experts, critics, and consumers alike. Now if the prolific tipster evleaks is to be believed, the tablet could soon finally launch on T-Mobile. Evleaks has teased an image on Twitter that suggests that the first ever, also the only, tablet by the Finnish technology company is set to arrive on T-Mobile.
Not only does the Nokia Lumia 2520 look decent, but sports equally amazing hardware under the hood. The 10.1-inch full IPS HD display features a 16:9 screen resolution. Powered by a quad-core 2.2 GHz Snapdragon 800 processor and coupled with 2 gigs of RAM, the device runs Windows RT. On the connectivity front, it supports 4G LTE, as well as, WiFi, and WiFi hotspot.
It also sports a 6.7MP shooter at the back and a 2MP camera upfront. The 8120mAh battery can keep the device juiced all day long.
If launched, it will be the first time that T-Mobile will trust a Windows tablet. The leaked image also hints that T-Mobile will offer data up to 200MB every month for as long as you’re on its network. The device also carries Microsoft Office 2013 RT.
Are you excited? Or would you rather get the Surface Pro 2 or Surface Pro 3 instead? Let us know in the comments.Further reading: Lumia 2520, Nokia, Windows RT