The move arrives after Microsoft signaled its intention to purchase Nokia’s devices unit for the reported price of 3.79 EUR in early September.
The Lumia 2520 features a 10.1-inch HD display, 4G LTE and a 6.7MP camera running on Windows RT 8.1.
“The Lumia 2520 pairs with a unique and stylish accessory which offers a great set of benefits: the Nokia Power Keyboard. Offering up to five extra hours of battery life and two built-in USB ports, the Nokia Power Keyboard makes battery life worries a thing of the past. A protective and wraparound cover, the Nokia Power Keyboard includes a fully functional keypad with gesture trackpad, so typing feels as natural as on a laptop. With Microsoft Office and Outlook preinstalled, getting more done on the go is easier than ever,” stated Nokia via a press release.
The device itself is expected to start shipping later this year with the recommended U.S. retail price of $499 USD. The Lumia 2520 is available is colors including white glossy, red glossy, cyan matte and black matte.