Review of Nokia Lumia 2520.
Review of Nokia Lumia 2520.
In a few hours, the first Nokia tablet with Windows RT 8.1 will go on sale in the US on Verizon (AT
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An outstanding 1080P HD display, fast processor, excellent battery life and build quality make the Lumia 2520 a worthy tablet. LTE connectivity keeps the always-on internet connection built into Office, and HERE Maps makes it look appealing.
The lack of a full USB port, no kickstand and Microsoft Surface 2 make the Lumia 2520 difficult to stand out. Operator branding limits availability, and memory constraints can limit the device for power users. Odd button layout and boring power adapter.
The Lumia 2520 is Nokia’s solid first foray into a Windows RT 8.1 tablet. While the device has great specs, inspiring design, button layout and phenomenal display, it’s unclear if many users will see this tablet’s advantage over others.
Windows RT 8.1 10.1-inch HD 1080p AH-IPS, high brightness low reflectivity, Gorilla Glass 2 6.7MP ZEISS autofocus optics, secondary: 2MP HD wide angle Video 1080p @ 60fps 4G LTE Nokia Music for unlimited ad-free music streaming Free global maps HERE Microsoft Office built-in Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (Quad Core 2.2 GHz) 8000 mAh (built-in) battery.
The Lumia 2520 has a lot in common with the original specs, but the big difference is the integrated 4G LTE for Verizon and AT
With 32GB of onboard storage (but only about 17.5GB available) and micro SD expansion, users should have enough room for Windows Store apps and games. It’s not ideal as the 64GB version will do too, but for this range of tablets it’s not a big deal.
Another advantage for Nokia is the dual-impact ZEISS camera and the ClearBlack 1080P display. It has a refresh rate of 60 Hz and so-called “improved outdoor readability”. Combined with Nokia’s claimed 10-hour battery life and Nokia’s penchant for design, the Lumia 2520 seems like the perfect tablet for work and play.
The Lumia 2520 is pretty clean when it comes to design and layout. It weighs 615 grams, which is not that light, but not heavy either. It’s somewhere in between. In many ways, this is what you expect from a Nokia Lumia tablet – reliable and high quality. However, there is a contrasting difference between the plastic polycarbonate and the VaporMG that Microsoft uses.
It’s not better (or worse), just a different feeling for him. There is no creak or crash, not what we would expect from a Nokia device. No, this tablet smells like quality.
The Lumia 2520 has nice rounded corners like their Lumia phones (with the exception of the Lumia 928 and Lumia 929). Because of this, it is pleasant to hold for a long time. The edges are thinner than the middle, which is pushed out slightly and evenly.
There is no hesitation or wiggle when lying on your tablet.
The layout of the buttons is interesting. The volume and power buttons are in the upper right corner, which makes them a little odd to access. This is in contrast to the Surface 2, which has a power button in the upper-right corner, but the volume rocks to the left.
I’m not a big fan of button layout as I had to watch every time I wanted to turn on the device or adjust the volume (you never knew which button you blindly press).