The Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet is a bit of an enigma. Back when it was first launched, the Windows RT powered tablet was received with a lot of enthusiasm, with plans for a smaller 8-inch version.

After all, the device came with good hardware under the hood, and a great design over it — trademark Nokia build and all that. It was made available for purchase in the United States at AT&T and Verizon, but we have not had much in terms of sales data, and how it has performed on the market.

But what we do have is an indication that the slate will make its way to T-Mobile too.

These details come arrive via evleaks, but no other information has been provided about price and launch date. Other than the fact that T-Mobile is offering the same 200MB of free data per month for as long as the tablet stays on their network.

This does, however, make it the first time T-Mobile is diving in with a Windows powered tablet, which marks a new beginning for the carrier. With several anticipated new Windows based tablet models on the horizon, this could only mean good things for the platform.

The Nokia Lumia 2520 arrives in a 10.1-inch form factor with a 1920 by 1200 pixels resolution, and is powered by a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor and a heavy 8120 mAh battery.

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  1. Microsoft should release all phones and tablet on all of the major carriers. All exclusives get the manufacturer is less sales.

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