Nokia Lumia 2520 Australia release not pretty


Last year Nokia launched its first tablet PC device and it has been available for many regions across the globe for ages now, but the Nokia Lumia 2520 Australia release isn’t pretty considering its price and lateness.

The Nokia Lumia 2520 is now available for consumers in Australia from today via online sales with the device hitting shelves in brick and mortar stores from the 18th of this month. The device isn’t cheap though costing $840 AUD, which compares to the UK at around £420 or the US at $499.

Australian carrier Telstra will be selling the device exclusively which also have a number of data plans starting from $35 each month with a two year contract. To quickly recap the device features a 10.1 Full HD display powered by the quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.2Ghz with 2GB of RAM.

There is also 32GB of internal storage with a 6.7MP rear camera paired with a 2MP front facer, while the slate runs Windows 8.1 RT.

Will you be getting the Nokia Lumia 2520?

Source: TechRadar.

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