Ahead of Nokia's 22 October media event in Abu Dhabi, EvLeaks has posted what is believed to be the first press shot of Nokia's upcoming tablet. Allegedly dubbed the "Lumia 2520," the tablet is hoping to take the tablet world by storm, offering a Windows RT solution to iPad and Android tablets. No specifications or a release date were accompanied with the image, but it's definitely interesting to see the front of the device before Nokia takes the worldwide stage before Apple on 22 October. 

The back of the 10.1-inch tablet has leaked in the past. Several reports have noted the tablet will be competitive in price to Apple's iPad-line. With an ARM-based quad-core CPU and Qualcomm Adreno 330 GPU included, we suspect a Snapdragon 800 processor is at its heart. A 10.1-inch screen that packs a 1371 x 771 resolution that will deliver a meagre 156ppi has been tipped in specification leaks. Further rumoured specs include brightness that's ideal for the outdoors, 10 hours of battery life, LTE, 32GB of storage, a micro HDMI connector and a micro USB port. We're still scratching our heads over a few key details, though.

WPCentral reported earlier this week the Lumia 2520 will launch on 17 November on Verizon stateside, in red and black colours. For other carriers worldwide, EvLeaks says the Nokia tablet will be found in white and cyan colours.

Pocket-lint will be bringing you the latest from Abu Dhabi later this month.

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