It was sometime late last month when the Nokia Lumia 2520 was first made official to the masses, showing the world that Nokia is far from finished as a hardware company which rolls out devices that run on the Windows Phone platform. Well, having heard of rumors concerning the Nokia Lumia 2520 that is pegged for a November 22nd launch, here we are with the official support videos for the tablet itself having hit YouTube.
There will be another support video of the Nokia Lumia 2520 shown right after the jump just in case you are interested in knowing more about the device. That particular video will depict the different parts of the device, sorta like a crash course of sorts, so to speak. Just so you know what is going on, the Nokia Lumia 2520 will go for sale in the US later this month, where it will cost you $499 a pop for the 32GB model that will also boast of LTE support. Any takers for the Nokia Lumia 2520? After all, it will run on an operating system that is far different from that of Android and iOS, which could prove to be an interesting alternative. After all, what is life without a little bit of risk on the side?
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