In October 2013, Nokia came into market of windows tablet by announcing its tablet Lumia 2520 which has 10.1 inch slate and runs on Windows RT 8.1. It has not gone on sale in the market yet, but there have been rumours suggesting that its next project on tablets is tentatively called as Lumia 2020. It is supposedly going to be launched in the beginning quarter of 2014. It is specifically meant for the high-end and mid-range segment.
The screen size of Lumia 2520 is given away by its name, which is 25 centimeters, almost 10 inches. Hence, it is sensible for the tablet called Lumia 2020 as having a 20 cm screen, which is approximately 8 inches. Smaller tablets than this have done wonders for the market share of Android, and it remains to be seen how they will help Windows.
It is claimed by unknown sources that the power source of the Nokia Lumia 2020 will be Snapdragon 800, with a very high pixel density, and faster operation. Until previously this year, it was believed that the Lumia 2020 was a smartphone with OLED screen of 5 inches, having a resolution of 1280 by 768, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage and a quad core chip of Qualcomm Snapdragon 600. It has been said, however, that this unannounced tablet is likely to feature the new Snapdragon 805, and sport more than 4 GB RAM.
Update: This article is outdated, please refer to Nokia’s newest owner HMD made Nokia Android phones.