Nokia has teased the Nokia T20 tablet, which is expected to launch early next month. Nokia Mobile confirmed the October 6 launch date on Twitter as part of a teaser. The launch will most likely be a global event, but because Nokia considers India to be a significant market, the tablet may follow suit with a launch in India shortly after. The Nokia T20 is still a mystery, but if the teaser post is any indication, it will likely target the entry-level tablet market, offering the essentials of a budget Android tablet at an affordable price.
Expected specifications of Nokia T20
The Nokia T20 appears to have flat edges, similar to Apple’s new iPad design language. The edges aren’t quite as taut as Apple’s, and the teaser image shows a bifurcated, chamfered side edge with curved glass at the top. The laptop’s edges are gently rounded, and the tablet’s left side is completely devoid of any input or output recess. Its teaser image, which features a Nokia 3310 4G, further confirms that Nokia will prioritize build quality and ease of use over specifications.
According to rumors, the Nokia T20 will have a 10.36-inch display and a Unisoc chipset with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage, as well as a Unisoc chipset with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. While these specifications appear to be fairly basic, the Nokia T20 is expected to include a USB-C port as well as 4G and dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity. Of course, it’s expected to include a Wi-Fi-only model in its lineup. For the time being, other details such as its cameras, battery, and charging speed compatibility are kept under wraps.
The Nokia T20 tablet is expected to cost EUR 185 for the Wi-Fi-only model and EUR 202 for the Wi-Fi + LTE model, which equates to approximately Rs 16,000 and Rs 17,500, respectively, in terms of pricing. It will appeal to entry-level tablet buyers looking for a larger display at this price point, which is currently served only by the Samsung Galaxy Tab A. While the latest generation iPad is a slightly more expensive option, those looking for Android tablets should keep an eye out for this one when it launches in India.