The Nokia T20 was introduced by HMD with the right equipment, but with entry-level, slightly aged hardware.
HMD’s first Nokia tablet, the T20, is the first piece in the T series and as such, it makes perfect sense to start with the entry level. At the same time, the tablet can show cultured equipment, but the 12-nanometer Unisoc T610 chip is thus less convincing at first glance. The June 2019 set is quite old and already at that time served the entry level for the two 1.8 GHz Cortex-A75 and six Cortex-A55 cores, also scaled to 1.8 GHz. This is roughly the level of Snapdragon 460, but Qualcomm offers a stronger data connection, more advanced passengersand can present a dedicated ISP.
Nevertheless, Unisoc shows not much, but slightly better overall performance in the AnTuTu and Geébench tests. As a result of the global chip shortage, we will probably come across more and more Unisoc sets, and then in practice it will become clear what they know. The Nokia T20 shows a completely correct overall picture, with the exception of a quasi-unknown chipset, with a 10.4-inch 1200 x 2000-pixel 15: 9 LCD panel, aluminum body, stereo speakers, 15-watt fast charging and a 3.5 mm jack.
The 247.6 x 157.5 x 7.8 millimeter, IP52-protected housing has an 8200 mAh battery that can be charged via a Type-C port, but only a 10-watt adapter will be included in the package. Given 802.11ac WiFi, 5.0 Bluetooth and GPS, the latter is also supported by AGPS in the LTE-capable variant. There is a 5 megapixel camera on the front and an 8 megapixel unit on the back.
Introducing Android 11, the Nokia T20 is expected to feature two major Android versions and a three-year security update, while security support for enterprise devices will last for four years. At home, we are waiting for the 3/32 GB, WiFi model for around 80 thousand forints, but we have not received official prices yet. In the international market, the WiFi version will open at € 200 with a basic memory package, while the LTE-capable variant will hit store shelves at € 240.