At Nokia World in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, Nokia unveiled its first tablet, the Lumia 2520. This 10.1-inch device sports a curved design, is running Windows 8.1 RT, and has support for LTE.

It'll be available later this year for $449.

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Like the 6-inch Lumia 1520 phone, the tablet packs in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor.
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There's a 6.7-megapixel camera, too, along with Nokia's camera software that gives manual control over settings like white balance and shutter speed.
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It's surprisingly slim for a 10.1-inch device.
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On the side you'll find USB 3.0 support and HDMI out.
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Poke the tray out to slide in a 4G SIM and microSD card.
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The buttons are lifted straight from the Lumia 920.
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An optional keyboard stand is available, too. It'll cost you $149, though.
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It adds an extra 5 hours of battery life, bringing the total to around 16 hours -- not bad.
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The raised keys of the keyboard are pretty comfortable to type on.
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It folds up neatly, too, protecting the display when you're moving around.
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Will Windows RT find any kind of support in Nokia's hands?
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The 2520 is one of only two tablets on the market that ship with Windows 8.1 RT. The other is Microsoft's Surface 2.
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The tablet comes in glossy red and white, and a matte finish in black and cyan.
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The left side houses the headphone jack and charging port. Instead of Micro-USB, the tablet uses a proprietary charger that comes with a feature called "fast charging," which will quickly power up your battery if you're in a rush. With it, you can get a 50 percent charge in 30 minutes, and up to 80 percent in an hour.
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It's undeniably slender -- easy to slide into a bag.
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Also launching with the 2520 is Nokia's Storyteller app. It uses GPS to map out your photos based on where you took them.
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On the top, there's a volume rocker and power/lock button.
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