Nokia T20 tablet launched with a 2K display for US$249.99
HMD Global has released a tablet under its Nokia brand. While not the first Nokia-branded tablet, the Lumia 2520 arrived in 2013 running Windows RT, the Nokia T20 is the first since HMD Global bought the rights to Nokia. Incidentally, the Nokia N1 launched in 2014, shipping a year later.
The Nokia T20 has a 10.4-inch display that operates at 1,200 x 2,000 pixels, resulting in the rather strange 3:5 aspect ratio, or 5:3 when held in portrait mode. HMD Global has also included 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of expandable storage and a Unisoc T610 SoC. Hence, this is no Xiaomi Pad 5 competitor. The tablet has an 8,200 mAh battery, an 8 MP rear-facing camera, and a 5 MP front-facing camera, as well.
The Nokia T20 launches with Android 11 and should receive up to Android 13. HMD Global claims that the tablet will have three years of security patch coverage, too. Unsurprisingly, the Nokia T20 ships with a near-stock Android experience.
HMD Global has started selling the Nokia T20 in the UK today from £179.99 for the Wi-Fi-only model. Meanwhile, the company charges another £20 for an LTE modem. Both models will start shipping on October 11. By contrast, the tablet will be available in the US from November 17, where it will cost US$249.99.