Who's ready to celebrate Thanksgiving with Nokia's first crack at a Windows RT tablet? AT&T has set the date in stone, and there's only one week left before the big unveil.
AT&T (opens in new tab) has announced its launch plans for the Nokia Lumia 2520, the Finnish hardware maker's toe-dip into the tablet space - at least until its devices division gets absorbed into Microsoft next year.
Powered by Windows RT 8.1, the Lumia 2520 will be available only in black at all AT&T channels beginning Friday, November 22, priced at $399.99 with a two-year agreement.
Weighing a mere 22 ounces, the 10.1-inch Lumia 2520 couples what AT&T calls Nokia's "killer design" with Microsoft's latest tablet-centric operating system, which includes Office and Outlook built right in.
Nokia also added a few software enhancements of its own, including the children's game Dragons Adventure, Nokia Storyteller and Video Director apps for turning photos and videos into slick presentations, and Here Maps for getting around town in style.
The Lumia 2520 offers 32GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot to add more, and includes 6.7MP rear camera featuring Nokia's famed Carl Zeiss optics.
Last but not least, Nokia's Lumia 2520 features a ClearBlack display, which AT&T claims gives the tablet an edge over competitors by allowing content to be viewed in full 1080p HD, even in direct sunlight.
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