Nokia T20 Tablet With 2K Display, Stereo Speakers Launched In India

Nokia T20 Tablet

This article is about the all-new Nokia T20 Tablet. This device has recently been launched in India. What’s special about this is that it’s the first Android tablet by Nokia. This all-new product supports a 2K display and an 8,200 mAh battery. The battery is promising to back you up for 15 hours of web browsing on a single charge.

It comes with stereo speakers and dual microphones too. Also, HMD Global has claimed to provide monthly security updates for up to 3 years as well as free OS upgrades for up to 2 years. This product can definitely compete with the Realme Pad, which was launched in India back in September.

Nokia T20 Tablet Specifications

This device is powered by Android 11 and an octa-core Unisoc T610 SoC. It comes with a 10.4 inches 2K (2,000×1,200 pixels) display with 400 nits peak brightness. For the camera, the front cam is 5MP and the rear one is 8MP with LED flash. Along with all these specs and features, you get OZO Playback and noise cancellation.

For the connectivity part, you get 4G LTE (optional), WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth v5.0, and Type-C USB along with a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

Last but not least, the Nokia T20 Tablet supports 15W fast charging, which can certainly come to your help.

Price and Availability

In India, the price has been set at Rs. 15,499 for the WiFi-only variant with 3GB RAM + 32GB expandable storage. Whereas the 4GB RAM + 32GB variant will cost you around Rs. 16,499. Other than these two, the price tag for the Nokia T20 4G model is Rs. 18,499.

All these variants of this model are available for sale on the website of Nokia and at the retail stores in India. You can also get it on Flipkart. This T20 model has already been launched in Europe for EUR 199 (Rs. 17,200).

Customers who will buy this tablet will get preloaded Spotify access and various finance offers.

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