Nokia Tab T20 Review Highlights


The design is the one thing Nokia gets right from the start. This all-metal tablet is incredibly durable and easy to carry and use in everyday situations.

The 10.4-inch IPS LCD screen of the Nokia T20 is arguably one of the finest in this price range. The panel's colour accuracy has been fine-tuned, and in High Brightness Mode, the display can reach 400 nits, which is rather bright for a cheap tablet.

The front-facing 5MP camera pales in comparison to the Realme Pad's 8MP camera. To be honest, cameras on inexpensive tablets should be regarded as little more than spec sheet frills for marketing purposes.

On the software front, you get vanilla Android 11, as is the case with all Nokia Android devices. It's neat, fuss-free, and simple to use. That's a concern because it doesn't have as many features as Samsung or Lenovo's devices.

So, while the Unisoc T610 processor in the Nokia T20 isn't exactly a powerhouse, it's also not a slouch. Swiping over the UI, in general, seems more snappy, and daily chores can be completed swiftly.

The T20 features a bigger 8200mAh battery, and we were able to get roughly four days out of it in moderate to heavy use. Surprisingly, it took us almost 3 hours and 34 minutes to charge from 0 to 100 in our charging test, which is a long time.

Overall, the Nokia T20 doesn't stray too far from the formula, but it still manages to make an impact because of its polished soft metal surface and solid construction.