Nokia T20 tablet surfaces in both Wi-Fi only and 4G flavors, pricing revealed
It has been ages since the last Nokia tablet – that whole Windows RT thing didn’t pan out and who even remembers the Nokia N1? HMD Global is planning to re-enter the tablet market, so the next tablet, dubbed the Nokia T20, will be here soon.
Two versions of the Nokia T20 were listed by British retailer MoreComputers. One is a Wi-Fi only version, the other packs 4G connectivity. Both are available in Blue (at least that’s the only colorway to leak so far).
The T20 tablet will have a 10.36” display and fairly modest specs – 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB storage. There chipset is as yet unclear, but given the memory configuration and pricing, we don’t expect a speed demon (recent Nokia phones also tend towards the lower-end chipsets).
The Wi-Fi model is priced at £185.38 ($260), the 4G version is £202.01 ($280). We also found the T20 on another retailer that lists its prices in euro, the two models are €225 and €245, respectively.
There’s no word on when the tablet might be announced, but HMD has many more devices in the pipeline, including the Nokia G50 5G, which leaked through similar means. And there is a big event planned for November 11.
- 08 Aug 2021
do you even know nokia is a telecommunication company? nokia as a company still exist, they still selling 5g equipment, the one they sold was their mobile division, only mobile division,nokia as a whole company still a nokia,same thing like ericsen,s...
- 05 Aug 2021
Bruh. Anynomous trolls at its finest. Did u know that nokia actually was controlled(not owned because they were just it's subsidiary) by Microsoft. And then nokia gave the liscenece to hmd for them to control them as nokia was ded and they hoped...
- 04 Aug 2021
A rock inhabitant calls others out and has no idea what he's talking about. Nokia was never Bough nor sold and will probably nevef be.