The Nokia T20 tablet was just unveiled by HMD. The Android-based slate boasts good specs, stock Android, and low pricing.
Of course, having strong hardware at a reasonable price isn’t enough to make a terrific Android tablet. Given this, it doesn’t look that HMD is pursuing any significant innovation here. Still, if you’re looking for a low-cost Android tablet that can handle the essentials, this appears to be a good alternative.
The Nokia T20 is a 10.4-inch slate with a 2,000 x 1,200 resolution 2K LCD display. It can reach a maximum brightness of 400 nits, which isn’t bad but also not excellent.
The processor is a Unisoc T610, which isn’t particularly powerful. There’s also 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage (but a 3GB/32GB option will be available in some regions). If you need more capacity, you may use a microSD card slot to extend it up to 512GB.
There’s a 5MP camera on the front. There’s an 8MP camera on the rear. There’s a 3.5mm headphone connector and a USB-C port for charging the 8,200mAh battery at up to 15W.
The whole device runs on Android 11, which is quite close to stock, and HMD Global claims that the Nokia T20 will soon get Android 12. There are 4G-capable devices as well as Wi-Fi-only models if you need mobile access.