We have seen a global upsurge in demands for tablets recently, and to capitalise on this opportunity many companies have jump in and launched their own tablets. We have seen with Realme and Motorola launching their lineup of tablets.
Seeing this HMD, Nokia‘s licensee, has also jumped onto the bandwagon and has launched its new tablet called the Nokia T20, which will initially be launched in the UK, at a price tag of GBP 179.99 (approx. Rs 18,312) for the Wi-Fi only version and GBP 199.99 (approx. Rs 20,350) for the Wi-Fi+LTE version.
The T20 is definitely not a powerhouse of a tablet, as you might expect at this price point. The tablet features a mediocre Unisoc Tiger T610—an octa-core processor capable of clock speeds up to 1.82Ghz. With two high-performance cores based on the ARM Cortex-A77 architecture and six mid-tier cores based on the ARM Cortex-A55 architecture, paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage expandable upto 512 GB .
In terms of battery life, the tablet features a 8,200mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging. HMD claims that the battery is good for about 15 hours of web surfing, 7 hours of video calls or 10 hours of video streaming.
Around the front of the tablet you are provided with a 10.4-inch 2K (1200×2000) touchscreen IPS LCD display with a pixel density of 226ppi, capable of running at 60 Hz; accompanied by a 5MP webcam along the long side of the display. While on the back you are provided with an 8MP camera; All housed in an aluminum body with IP52 dust and water resistance.
Apart from this, the tablet comes with a USB-C port on the bottom, and a 3.5mm audio jack placed on the corner of the display, which is rather weird, plus a set of dual stereo speakers.
In terms of software the tablet ships with stock Android 11 experience out of the box, with promise for two years of major OS updates and three years of monthly security updates. Apart from this, the tablet also features a kids mode, which makes the whole software kid-friendly and easy to use for kids and provides a set of fun activities.
Overall, the Nokia T20 is a really nice, budget-friendly tablet that gets the work done, clearly aimed at kids for educational activities. However, we still don’t know when this tablet will be coming to India at the moment.
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