Ever since HMD Global acquired the license to sell phones using the Nokia name, that’s basically all that the company has done. But it looks like the company will be releasing a tablet bearing the Finnish brand’s name.
The official Nokia Mobile Twitter account posted an image of a series of phones released by HMD Global, and at the end lies a large box. Notably, it’s a lot larger than the other phones in the picture, and just larger than you’d expect a phone’s packaging to be in general.
Our family keeps growing.
Coming 6.10.21 pic.twitter.com/B55fUMWAOs
— Nokia Mobile (@NokiaMobile) September 20, 2021
According to PhoneArena, this tablet will be dubbed the Nokia T20. And the tablet will also come at a price point of below US$200 (RM839). This would make it a rather affordable tablet. No surprise, considering HMD Global’s release of phones that are mostly of that nature. There are some bits and pieces as far as specs are concerned, among them being a 10.36-inch display, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
That being said, the report states that the launch is unlikely to be dedicated to a single entry-level tablet. So alongside the Nokia T20 tablet is a mid-range G50 5G phone, as well as two other as-of-yet unspecified phones.