Following last month’s teaser, HMD Global has officially unveiled the first Nokia-branded tablet under its era. True to the rumours that we have heard prior to its launch earlier this week, the new tablet is called Nokia T20.
Equipped with a 10.4-inch in-cell display that has a native resolution of 2000 x 1200 and a typical brightness level of 400 nits, the T20 is powered by a Unisoc Tiger T610 octa-core processor. Comes with an aluminium chassis and sandblasted back area, the IP52-rated tablet also carries up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage.
When it comes to photography, the new tablet relies on an 8MP auto-focus camera on its back as well as a 5MP front-facing camera. T20 also has a dual-microphone setup and stereo speakers with a built-in power amplifier alongside OZO Audio enhancement for both playback and audio capture.
Completing the T20’s general specifications is a 8200mAh battery that helps the tablet to deliver up to 15 hours of web surfing, 10 hours of movie playback or 7 hours of conference calls. The Android 11 tablet is able to support quick chargers with a rating of up to 15W although it will be accompanied by just a 10W charger.
Price-wise, the Wi-Fi version starts at EUR199 (~RM962) while the starting price for the LTE variant is EUR239 (~RM1,155). HMD Global noted that the arrival of T20 also marked the introduction of the T Series which means we can expect more tablets coming their way from HMD Global in the near future.
That being said, it is not yet known when this tablet will be making its way to Malaysia.
(Source: Nokia Mobile.)