Nokia returns to tablets with T20 and Android OS
Finally Nokia has made the big comeback to tablets since from the distant 2015, with the N1, we had to see a new tablet from Nokia, until the current advent of the T20. HMD Global has decided to bring a new Android tablet with claims to Nokia’s range.
The Nokia T20 is equipped with an LCD technology display, at a diagonal of 10.4 inches, with a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels. In the US market it will be launched with a 5G-enabled Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 processor, while in the UK it will be available with the eight-core Unisoc Tiger T610 processor, which will provide LTE connectivity capabilities.
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The RAM of the new tablet is at 4 GB, while there is 64 GB of internal storage. A memory extension with Micro SD cards, up to 512 GB, is available. Its battery capacity is at 8200 mAh, which offers it almost 15 hours of operation, until it needs charging with the USB Type C cable.
The rear camera is at 8 Megapixels, while the front one is at 5 Megapixels. The chassis of the Nokia T20 is made of aluminum, there is a 3.5 mm plug for the headphones, along with stereo speakers. There is still IP52 certification for water resistance.
The start of its commercial course is set for November 17 and its indicative price in the U.S. is $250.