Just recently, Nokia unveiled its first ever Windows RT 8.1 tablet, called the Lumia 2520. This device is a 10.1-inch Windows RT 8.1 tablet that features the same great Lumia design we have come to know and love with the Lumia Windows Phones. But why did Nokia decide to enter the tablet market? Well, simply put, because the time is ripe.
Nokia, who has given Microsoft's Windows Phone platform a much needed boost, is now entering the tablet market. But why? Nokia believes that most current devices in the market today are simply used for consuming media. In fact, the devices are designed for it. Nokia, on the other hand, believes there is a "pent-up demand" for creating media and the company believes they can fulfill that need.
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