Manufacturers like Nokia had previously abandoned this market in favor of hybrid devices, but they’re now returning with new ideas as a result of the increasing popularity of tablets.
Nokia returns to the tablet world with the Nokia T20
In addition to the options recently presented by HTC and Motorola with the HTC A100 and Moto Tab G20, respectively, Nokia now comes with the new T20, an affordable Android tablet designed for the whole family.
The Nokia T20 is a tablet designed “to last,” and it will be offered at an inexpensive price, with the exception of certain nations, where the case is available for reservation at a cost of $276, $288 at today’s exchange rate, and those who want 4G access can pick one up in stores very soon.
The low price tag already indicates that this is a tablet that does not require high performance, but it is capable of handling basic activities like studying and working.
We are talking about an affordable device model that bets on the Unisoc T610 processor followed by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage expandable by microSD up to 512 GB. Its display is a 10.4″ LCD screen that offers a 2K resolution (2,000 x 1,200p) with a maximum brightness of 400 nits.
It has a 5MP front camera that’s great for video chats when the device is in landscape mode, as well as an 8MP rear camera.
It also has an 8,200mAh battery capacity, which offers a maximum battery life of 15 hours, although it also supports a 15W fast-charging system (inbox it arrives with a 10W charger).
It also supports WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, some will also be interested to know that it has a physical headphone jack, and those who want to squeeze audio capabilities will be happy to know that it has stereo speakers with OZO Playback and FM radio.
The device has an IP52 protection rating, which means it can withstand minor incidents. The company adds that:
Nokia T20, designed, built, and tested with the same passion as all Nokia products, brings that trusted quality to the big screen, so you’ll have one less thing to worry about, even on the bumpiest of days.
Regarding the experience, it will come with standard Android 11, although in practice we will have to see how it performs at the optimization level, also arriving with Google Kids Space and Google Entertainment Space, that said, a device for the whole family.
Nokia states that it will provide two years of major system upgrades and three years of monthly security updates.