Nokia’s first Windows RT tablet is apparently coming your way later this month

by Doug Drinkwater

November 8 2013

If you’re holding out for the new Nokia’s new Lumia 2520 tablet or Lumia 1520 phablet, you won’t have to wait too long. A new report claims that both are pencilled in to go live on November 22.

Citing a combination of information found on Microsoft’s website and inventory listings else, WPCentral reports that both devices are due to become available through AT&T and Verizon on November 22 – which coincidentally is also the expected launch date of the Xbox One.

Both carriers are supposedly going to release the much-anticipated Lumia 2520 with 32GB of storage and LTE connectivity, although Verizon will only offer the tablet in black. AT&T will serve up the tablet in both black and red.

(Worth reading: Windows RT flag bearer Nokia reportedly prepping 8-inch tablet & Microsoft could drop Nokia brand from future smartphones and tablets)

The Windows RT tablet is, as rumored, expected to retail for $499 although the tech website claims that Verizon intends to sell it at $399 as a Black Friday deal.

Nokia only announced the Lumia 2520 -- as well as the Lumia 1520 Windows Phone phablet -- last month and yet there is already talk that the Finnish company could follow up with a smaller 8-inch tablet.

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