Nokia enters the world of Android tablets with the T20
Nokia enters the world of Android tablets with the T20

After years of focusing on mobile phones, HMD released its first Android tablet under the Nokia brand - something we haven't seen since the launch of the N1 brand of Android tablets in 2014.

Nokia T20 is a 10.4-inch tablet for working and studying at home. Pricing in the US starts at $249.99 and will be available November 17th.

While this tablet is available in the UK starting today, the wireless version starts at £179.99 and the LTE model starts at £199.99.

As one would expect from its price, the Nokia T20 is not a strong driver for Android tablets. It's powered by the humble Unisoc Tiger T610 processor, and in the US and UK it comes with 4GB of memory and 64GB of expandable storage.

HMD estimates that its 8,200mAh battery can surf the web for 15 hours, make conference calls for 7 hours, or watch 10 hours of movies. The tablet supports 15W fast charging.

On the front is a 10.4-inch screen of the tablet with a resolution of 1200 x 2000 pixels, with 5-megapixel webcams on the long side of the screen on both sides (best for phone calls when the tablet is in landscape mode).

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If you enjoy taking pictures with a tablet, there is an 8MP camera on the back. The device is water and dust resistant up to IP52, which means that it can withstand even a light splash of water.

On the software side, HMD said it stuck to the original Android experience due to the lack of apps optimized for tablets. Other manufacturers like Samsung have also added their own software features like DeX to overcome the shortcomings of Android's large screens. But HMD has no intention of doing so.

The device is also full of features suitable for family use, such as: b. Google Kids Space, a child mode setting that displays content that is safe for children. and Family Link, a parental control system.

The T20 is powered by Android 11, and HMD promises two years of extensive OS updates and three years of monthly security updates. As we saw with the Nokia X20 earlier this year, there's no extended warranty here.

The T20 box contains a USB-C charging cable and charger. But if you want to protect the tablet from bumps and scratches, the company also offers foldable protective covers and durable protective covers separately. The durable chassis is priced at $39.99 and the foldable case is priced at $59.99.

Since the company acquired the Nokia mobile phone brand from Microsoft in 2016, the Finnish company HMD has obtained a license to use branded mobile phones.

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