Nokia has just launched Nokia T20, which is the first Android tablet from HMD Global. No skin, 2K display for a very affordable price. But things don’t look much interesting here. However, Nokia has packed 5G inside the device, and the same variant will cost you just $249/£199.
For the price, you get to see a 2K display, which is LCD, with a resolution of 2000×1200. This particular tab display maxes out at 400 nits, which is equal to what we generally see with laptops. Depending on the region, you will see either Snapdragon 480 or Unisoc T610 SoC. Not a very powerful choice though. Yet again, depending on the region, you will see either 3GB of RAM or 4GB of RAM paired with 32GB or 64GB of internal storage respectively. But in all the regions, you expand the storage with a microSD card up to 512GB.
As for the camera, the front-facing camera is a 5MP sensor, and the rear-facing camera is an 8MP sensor. For the power, we get to see a massive 8,200mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging. Alongside, you will find the 3.5-mm headphone jack as well.
Out of the box, you will get Android 11 close-to-stock. Nokia confirms that the tab will get the Android 12 update later.
As for the pricing, the Nokia T20 will come in three variants – 4/64GB 5G model for $249.99/£199.99, Wi-Fi model for £179.99, and the third model with 3/32GB with Wi-Fi is TBA. As of now, the models are available for orders from retailers.
Source: Android Authority