updated - October 1, 2020 Thursday EDT
Consumers can get their hands on Nokia's new Lumia 2520 computer tablet from AT&T Nov. 22 the company said in a press release on its website.
The $199.99 smartphone comes equipped with a new version of Microsoft Office Suite that allows consumers to make and revise presentations and documents more conveniently thanks to an added Windows Smartphone package.
"Full Microsoft Office on the Lumia 2520 makes working on-the-go as easy as being entertained by your apps, music and video," Chris Penrose, senior vice president, Emerging Devices, AT&T Mobility said in a statement. "That plus a killer design makes it truly a tablet for everyone."
The Lumia 2520 screen measures 10.1 inches with ClearBlack technology. This enables users to read text when in direct sunlight. The smartphone's 6.7 megapixel rear-facing camera ZEISS optic camera takes good, clear, and colorful photos.
"We want everybody on the planet to have a smartphone," said Stephen Elop, a former chief executive at Nokia who now operates the manufactuer's product line told The Journal at the time.
The device also has a battery with 11 hours of power, a keyboard equipped with five extra hours of battery life, a touch pad, and two USB inserts.
Nokia initially launched the tablet computer last month for $499 in what is considered its first tablet computer device.
The tablet computer was introduced along with three models of mobile phones to its selection of Asha mobile phones for under $100.
These include the Lumina 1520 which has a high quality camera, and costs $750. The Lumia 1320 has less features then its counterparts and a lower-resolution screen for a cheaper price. The company plans to sell the products in many markets including China and India The Journal reported.
All of the devices are available for purchase during the holiday shopping season.
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