Microsoft Devices in partnership with TD Mobile, a subsidiary of Technology Distributions owned by Zinox Technologies will tomorrow launch the Nokia Lumia 2520 into the Nigerian market.
The companies will in Lagos host stakeholders in the tech sector to witness the official launch of the first-ever Windows tablet in Nigeria.
The Lumia 2520 features 4G LTE connectivity powered by Qualcomm and a 10.1” full HD display with what it prides as the brightest screen for clear reading both indoors and outdoors. The tablet also features a 6.7 megapixel camera with Zeiss optics, 32 GB of onboard memory, multiple colour choices, 11 hours of battery life and fast-charging capability providing up to 80% charge in one hour, according to a statement by Microsoft Devices.
Gozy Ijogun, Business Manager at TD Mobile said that the Nokia Lumia 2520 has fully triggered the tablet revolution in West Africa as the tech company says its resellers will find that, “a star product like the Lumia 2520 would make your bouquet irresistible to the end users and make significant input to the bottomline.”
Gozy advised end users to shun the temptation of buying from the grey market and buy only from approved channel, as the one-year comprehensive warranty will only apply to the purchases made through approved channel.
According to the TD Mobile official, genuine and original products are the surest ways to meet productivity goals as Microsoft Devices’ decision to give TD-Mobile the right to distribute the device in Nigeria “comes as no surprise to observers of the sector.”