Introducing the Nokia T20, the first Nokia Android tablet to arrive in Mexico


The iconic Finnish phone maker, Nokia, has presented its first tablet: the Nokia T20, which will be available in Mexico.

Although the last decade has been full of tablets from different companies and with different qualities, Nokia supposes that it is not too late to join them with its first tablet, the Nokia T20, under the mantle of HMD, in addition to the Nokia G20, the new smartphone company for content creators.

With a finished aluminum base sandblasted and resistance to water and dust with an IP52 certification, Nokia says that its new tablet “It is designed with the same philosophy as smartphones: pure and simplified.”

Nokia T20 HMD Tablet Nokia

Photo: Nokia

Its 10.4-inch screen has a 2K resolution, but perhaps its biggest attraction is in its guts. The tablet has an 8,200 mAh battery that promises a range of up to 15 hours of browsing, 7 hours of video calls and even up to 10 hours of multimedia content. It is also powered by an eight-core UNISOC T610 chipset along with 3 or 4 GB of RAM, in addition to 32 to 64 GB of storage.

Nokia also promises that its tablet will have up to two years of Android updates, plus three years of security patches.

Nokia T20 Primera Tablet Nokia

Photo: Nokia

Technical characteristics

  • Screen: 10.4 inches with 1200 x 2000 pixels of resolution
  • Processor: UNISOC T610 eight-core
  • RAM: 3/4 GB
  • Storage: 32/64 GB
  • Operating system: Android 11
  • Main camera: 8MP
  • Front camera: 5MP
  • Battery: 8,200 mAh
  • Connectivity: 3.5 mm audio jack, 3.5 mm audio jack, Wi-Fi and LTE.

Price and availability

The Nokia T20 will have an approximate price of 4,750 for the Wi-Fi version and 5,700 pesos for the LTE version. It is expected to be launched in Mexico later this year or early 2022.


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