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Nokia Lumia 2520 available on Verizon in Q4

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Gallery Photo: Nokia Lumia 2520 for Verizon
Gallery Photo: Nokia Lumia 2520 for Verizon

AT&T might have an exclusive on Nokia’s new 6-inch Windows Phone, but it doesn’t look like the carrier will get the same treatment for Nokia’s new Lumia 2520 tablet. At Nokia World today The Verge spotted several Lumia 2520 tablets with Verizon branding at the rear of the device. We’ve seen leaked images with Verizon logos before, but this appears to be confirmation that this 10.1-inch tablet will be also be available on Verizon as well as AT&T.

Nokia isn’t commenting about the appearance of a Verizon logo on its Lumia 2520 tablet, and a company spokesperson refused to detail any carrier plans to The Verge. We took a closer look at the device to see if there were any differences to the non-branded version, but it appears the Verizon logo and a Zeiss branding are the only additions. While the tablet will be available in the coming weeks on AT&T, there’s still no pricing available. Unsubsidized, the Lumia 2520 will debut for $499.

Update: Nokia also has carrier branding for Verizon at its Lumia 2520 site, and Verizon has confirmed to The Verge that the tablet will be available on its network in Q4.

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