Traditional manufacturer Nokia ventures into new realms. With the T20, the Finns are launching their first tablet. The mid-range device comes at a great price. […]
This morning Nokia, respectively their license holder HMD Global, presented the latest device from their own forge. This time it’s a tablet. As with many of their phones, Nokia relies on “Nordic chic” for their latest litter. Simply “Dark Blue” – so dark blue – call the color you have chosen for the so-called Nokia T20. It is actually a dark blue that drifts into the greenish, which is one of those typical polar colors. Already on the 2020 flagship in the smartphone sector, the Nokia 8.3 5G, you have been inspired in the color scheme of the aurora borealis, the famous northern lights in Scandinavia.
In addition to the design, Nokia focuses on the longevity of the device, which has been ensured in various tests, together with the promise of regular security and software updates for at least 4 years. In addition, the updates to the latest Android version would come within a useful period – also, since Nokia relies on stock Android and dispenses with its own layers.
On the hardware side, the Scandinavians rely on little spectacle; it should go rather in the direction of price / performance. A Unisoc T610 processor, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of memory has the device, the latter of which can be expanded to 512 GB with a microSD card. The LCD display measures 10.36 inches and resolves with 1200×2000 pixels. The cameras on the front and on the back accommodate 5, respectively 8 megapixels, the battery measures 8000 milliampère.
The device comes out as a Wi-Fi and LTE-enabled version (Wi-Fi-AC), supports Bluetooth 5.0 and has a 3.5mm headphone jack.The device celebrates its official Swiss launch on 12 October and is now available for 239 francs (WLAN), 269 francs are due for the LTE version.