Microsoft Lumia 2020 Tablet Spotted With Its Purported Specs

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The Microsoft logo is seen at their offices in Bucharest March 20, 2013. Reuters/Bogdan Cristel

The Lumia 2520 tablet was released under the Nokia brand name in 2013. After it, another smaller Lumia tablet called the Lumia 2020 was eagerly awaited but it was cancelled and Nokia was acquired by Microsoft. The rumours of the Lumia 2020 had died but now it has cropped up all of a sudden along with its purported specs on a Finnish website, Best Mobile Blog.

Microsoft Lumia 2020

Microsoft has not made any announcement on the Lumia 2020. According to the Nokia Power User (NPU) claims that according to the previous rumours it was supposed to arrive with an 8.3-inch IPS LCD display supporting full HD resolution along with support for nano SIM card. It was also expected to feature a stylus.

The Lumia 2520 was the first Lumia tablet powered with Windows RT. The Lumia 2020 too was expected to come with Windows RT but it was cancelled without any official announcement. Citing the Finnish source, NPU claims that two images of the Lumia 2020 tablet has surfaced online that reveals more information on the specs of the device.

The same specs have surfaced again for model numbers RX-115 and RX-116. It also states that the device will feature a PureView camera with flash support. The Windows RT OS has been axed by Microsoft. So, rumours are claiming that the unannounced Lumia 2020 tablet may feature the Windows 10 OS.

Nokia Lumia 2520

The Nokia Lumia 2520 was released in October 2013. The device features a 10.1-inch display with support for full HD resolution. It is powered by Snapdragon 800 chipset and 2 GB of RAM.

The internal storage of the Lumia 2520 is 32 GB and on the external storage, users can add up to 64 GB of microSD. There is a 6.7 MP camera on its rear and a 2 MP camera on the front.  It came with numerous connectivity features such as 3G, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, HDMI port and more. It was packed with a humungous battery of 8120 mAh capacity.

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