It’s today that we have been hearing the talk of a Nokia tablet. The much talked Windows RT thing didn’t worked out and who even remembers the Nokia N1. Now, HMD Global is planning to re-enter the tablet market, so the next tablet, dubbed the Nokia T20, will be here soon.
Two versions of the Nokia T20 were listed by British retailer MoreComputers. One is a Wi-Fi only version, the other packs 4G connectivity. Both are available in Blue (at least that’s the only colorway to leak so far).
The T20 tablet will have a 10.36-inch display and fairly modest specs – 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB storage. There chipset is as yet unclear, but given the memory configuration and pricing, we don’t expect a speed demon (recent Nokia phones also tend towards the lower-end chipsets).
The Wi-Fi model is priced at £185.38 ($260), the 4G version is £202.01 ($280). We also found the T20 on another retailer that lists its prices in euro, the two models are €225 and €245, respectively.
There’s no word on when the tablet might be announced, but HMD has many more devices in the pipeline, including the Nokia G50 5G, which appeared through similar means. And there is a big event planned for November 11.