Nokia is reportedly stepping up its offerings to include tablets as part of its portfolio. As reported first by NokiaMob, the tablet in question is seemingly set to be included in an upcoming launch event, and maybe part of a multi-device event that showcases multiple phones as well. The information comes courtesy of a device certification that the Nokia T20 has apparently received in Russia, suggesting a possible global launch of the device, sometime soon.
Nokia T20 Key Specs, Prices Leaked Online
Not a massive lot is yet known about the Nokia T20 tablet, except that it may feature a 10.36-inch display. This makes it a fairly large screen device, and as a result, it may therefore be billed as a budget large screen tablet for education and infotainment use cases. The source report claims that it will feature 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage, but it’s unlikely that this would be the only memory and storage variant on offer. The report also states that the Nokia T20 tablet will be offered in both Wi-Fi only and LTE variants.
So far, there’s no word yet on how the Nokia T20 tablet would look like.
The report on the matter claims that the T20 would not be a rugged tablet, so there’s a good chance that Nokia would look to make it as sleek as it potentially could. However, it does have suggested pricing for the tablet, based on internal reports of information that retailers in USA and UK have received. The Nokia T20 LTE variant, on this note, is tipped to cost GBP 202 (approx. Rs 21,000), while the Wi-Fi only variant may cost GBP 185 (approx. Rs 19,000).
Nokia, now owned by HMD Global, isn’t quite the dominant company that it once was. In its present form, Nokia remains an also-ran in the Android smartphone space, and it remains to be seen if the company can carve out a distinct identity for itself with the introduction of tablets. With Samsung being a dominant presence in the Android tablets space, it will be interesting to see if Nokia brings anything particularly new to the table.
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