TD Mobile, scion of top ICT distributor in sub-Saharan Africa Technology Distributions (TD), has unveiled Nokia Lumia 2520 in Nigeria, making it the first time the device will retail in the continent.
This gadget is the first ever Windows RT tablet developed by Nokia. Leo Stan Ekeh, chairman, Zinox Group, the holding company of TD, said that the device is designed for upwardly mobile professionals, business executives and the stylish mobile citizens.
“We are extending all our core values on Nokia Lumia 2520. And because we have worked hard to be dependable, our customers are assured of the reliability” he added.
The Lumia 2520 has:
- 4G LTE connectivity
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset
- 10.1” full HD display with the brightest screen
- 6.7 megapixel camera with ZEISS optics
- 32 GB of onboard memory
- 11 hours of battery life and fast-charging capability; providing up to 80 percent charge in one hour.
Gozy Ijogun, business manager TD Mobile, said the Nokia Lumia 2520 has fully triggered the tablet revolution in West Africa and urged TD resellers to take advantage of this exclusive product to enrich and differentiate their offerings in the market.
She advised the end users to shun the temptation of buying from the grey market and buy only from approved channel, as the one-year comprehensive warranty only applies to purchases made through approved channel.