Nokia T20 Tablet with 2K Display and 8,200mAh Battery Officially Launched

HMD Global, the makers of Nokia phones new tablet, the Nokia T20  is now official. The new tablet was officially launched on Wednesday and according to HMD, it brings the classic Nokia phone quality to the big screen, with a range of versatile features and a long-lasting battery life that helps you excel at work and relax when it’s time to play.

The Nokia T20 also marks the introduction of the brand-new T-series and features a 2K display and an 8-megapixel rear camera sensor.

Just like what we have seen with Nokia phones, the tablet also comes with three years of monthly security updates and two years of free operating system (OS) upgrades.

 “We pride ourselves on always listening and responding to people’s wishes. Over the past year, we noticed the increase in hybrid working and online learning, as well as the growing use of social media, video calling platforms and streaming services – leading to an increase in the appetite for tablets, which grew impressive’’  Florian Seiche, CEO, HMD Global said.

Nokia T20 Tablet Specs

The Nokia T20 tablet features a 10.4-inch 2K (2,000×1,200 pixels) in-cell display with 400 nits of peak brightness. It runs on Android 11 and as I mentioned earlier is promised to receive two years of OS upgrades and three years of timely security updates. 

The tablet is powered by an octa-core Unisoc T610 SoC, along with 3GB and 4GB RAM options as well as  32GB and 64GB of onboard storage options which can be expanded using a microSD card (up to 512GB).

For photos and videos, the Nokia T20 comes with a 5-megapixel selfie camera sensor at the front and the 8-megapixel camera sensor at the back. There’s also an LED flash paired with the back camera. 

The Nokia T20 packs an 8,200mAh battery that HMD says allows for 15 hours of surfing the web, seven hours of conference calls, or 10 hours watching the latest films with the family.

The Nokia T20 tablet starts at 199 euros in Europe or $249.99 in the U.S. The company has not announced local pricing yet.

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