The Nokia Lumia 2520 hits the high street this week dressed to impress in glossy red and stylish black. If you’re keen to get your hands on this stunning Windows 8.1 RT tablet and want to know the basics, then check out the top tips on how to get started with the Nokia Lumia 2520.
The Nokia Lumia 2520 has a high resolution, Full HD display with the best possible outdoor readability, so you can use it anywhere under the sun. Create and edit Word, Excel and Powerpoint files on the go. Synch your email and calendars with Outlook. And with up to 64GB of expandable memory and SkyDrive, you can save your documents and pick up where you left off whenever you want.
Snap on the Nokia Power Keyboard, sold separately, and let your fingers do the talking. With up to five hours of extra battery life, a touch pad and two full-sized usb ports, getting things done on the move has never been easier.
Your Lumia devices talk to each other. Modify and stream your smartphone photos and videos on your tablet with just one tap. Save your favourite HERE destinations on your tablet and see them on your smartphone. And sync your music across your tablet and phone. Being tied to power outlets can be frustrating when you need to be on the go. That’s why the Nokia Lumia 2520 charges up to 80% in one hour. And with 4G LTE connectivity for a super-fast experience, you can spend more time out and about.
If you’re thinking of getting your hands on the Nokia Lumia 2520 and wondering how to get started, Nokia has put together this introductory video that shows you how to get up and running.
The Nokia Lumia 2520 has a nifty dual-card holder that takes the SIM card as well as offers a slot for a microSD card (up to 64GB in size). You can access this on the top of the Lumia 2520 and you’ll need to use the card holder tool that is supplied in the box to open.
Once you have a SIM card and memory card in place you can switch on your Nokia Lumia 2520 video and work your way through the onscreen start up regime.