The first Nokia-branded tablet received a 2K-resolution screen and support for LTE. This was reported on the company’s website.
The presented device has an aluminum case, the front panel is covered with protective tempered glass. The device called the T20 received a 10.4-inch display with a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels with a maximum brightness of 400 nits. The device is about eight millimeters thick and weighs 470 grams.
The Nokia T20 is powered by an eight-core Tiger T610 processor, and has up to four gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of expandable internal memory. The device supports data exchange via Wi-Fi and cellular communication via 4G. The released tablet received a main camera with a resolution of eight megapixels and a front camera with a resolution of five megapixels.
The manufacturer positions the device as a budget device for work and play. The model has a battery with a capacity of 8200 milliampere-hours, which allows you to work on a single charge up to 15 hours.
The cost of the version with four gigabytes of RAM, 64 gigabytes of internal memory and LTE is 19,990 rubles.
Information that the tablet will be released under the Nokia brand appeared in the middle of summer. Insiders discovered that the tablets received certification numbers TA-1392 and TA-1397 for sale in the Russian market.
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