Windows Central got their hands on the cancelled Nokia Lumia 2020 tablet codenamed Illusionist. The tablet was a “mini” tablet featuring Windows RT, Snapdragon 800, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, 8.3-inch FullHD screen and a 19MP ZEISS-branded camera on the back.
Zac Bowden from WC spent some time with the Illusionist, and concludes that the tablet has a great design, build quality (polycarbonate housing), great speakers and camera. The bad things are Windows RT and no pen support.
The Illusionist was cancelled in late 2013, after announcing the sales of the Devices and Services Business to Microsoft. The 2020 was scheduled to appear at MWC2014, but it was reportedly shut down so that it doesn’t compete with Microsoft’s Surface Mini, that was also cancelled in the end.