Nokia T20 Detailed Review

HMD Global, owners of the Nokia brand and Android device manufacturer, has released their newest slate to take on other budget-friendly tablets. The product is called the “Nokia T20” for a variant without expandable storage or 3G capabilities.

Which would make it cheaper than any competitor’s offering below 150 dollars accepting Amazon Fire devices that come pre-installed by default – but only if one wants access to Google Play Store apps exclusively available through them rather than downloading ones off third party stores such as APK Mirror.

Strength
  • Decent design
  • Bright display
  • Long-lasting battery
  • Advanced OS
  • Affordable Price
Weakness
  • Poor camera quality

Nokia T20 Review | Release Date

HMD Global announced the Nokia T20 to be released in the UK on October 6th, but it’s possible for a US release. The tablet comes with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage or 4 GB of memory along with its 64 GB capacity only if you purchase from an English-speaking country like Great Britain, where they are selling these devices exclusively at launch time, according to their website right now.

Nokia T20 Review | Specifications

Dimensions 247.6 x 157.5 x 7.8 mm
Weight465 g
Display10.4 inches IPS LCD
OSAndroid 11
ChipsetUnisoc T610 (12 nm)
Resolution1200 x 2000 pixels
Internal Memory32GB 3GB RAM, 64GB 4GB RAM
Camera8MP, 5MP
BatteryLi-Po 8200 mAh
FinishDeep Ocean

Nokia T20 Review | Design And Display

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The Nokia T20 is a 10.4-inch tablet with an impressive 2K resolution and blue light certification to protect your eyes from the high brightness levels found in today’s tablets like Apple’s (21), Huawei MatePad 11, Realme Pad, or Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 which boast screen sizes ranging under one-inch difference. 

You’ll find that most tasks for this device can be done without issue even though its max setting is 400 nits; streaming videos on Netflix comes alive as if there were only 55% fewer pixels than usual while looking at social media sites such as Facebook looks slightly washed out unless you adjust accordingly.

The Nokia T20 has a cool design and is perfect for kids. It’s got durable blue plastic on the back, making it feel like an actual phone; we imagine this case can withstand some drops due to its compact size without getting too beat up in return (depending on how hard you drop your tablet). There are also 3.5mm ports, so users don’t need cords or dongles – charge while listening through headphones.

Nokia T20 Review | Camera

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The Nokia T20 tablet has two cameras on the back, an 8MP shooter for photos and videos, and a 5MP front-facing camera to take care of all your video calling needs. Unfortunately, the rear-facing one won’t be able to produce great-looking shots, but it’ll do just fine with what you need out of this device.

Not too much quality is required when communicating through Skype or FaceTime, after all. For those of you who plan to take pictures with the slate, we recommend downloading an editing app so that your photos will appear more vibrant and colorful.

Nokia T20 Review | Battery

The Nokia T20 has a pretty standard 8,200mAh battery. It’s not the largest juice pack out there, but it’ll last you plenty of use in normal conditions or if you’re watching videos on YouTube all day long! We’re going to do our best testing these estimates, so keep an eye tuned for more information soon enough.

To make sure your tablet is always ready for the day, use a cable with enough power. The in-box charger only supplies about 10W of charging speed and will take several hours to fully charge up even if you turn it on slowly at 15-minute intervals.

Nokia T20 Review | Performance

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The brain of this operation, namely its chipset, is the Unisoc T610. It’s okay for an entertainment device as long as you don’t plan on playing high-end titles or editing videos; otherwise, it would be best with at least 3GBs RAM and 4G LTE connection.

Because data transfer speeds are much faster that way! We tested our model, which doesn’t come over here in the UK, but the likelihood is that the 4GB version performs smoother during navigation compared to lower GB variants.

The Nokia T20 features stock Android – that’s a good operating system on phones, but it doesn’t take to the large form of tablet quite as iOS does. There are fewer options in navigation controls and features like notifications & a quick-settings menu, which feel less intuitive when using an IPad (IOS). 

Some phone makers remedied this issue by adopting slightly modified versions for their tablets and additional customization options offered through third-party applications available via Google Play Store; Not so much with HMD Global, however, making them more inclined to design smartphones than capable slate if you will.

The Nokia T20 is a great option for those who want to use their phone as an entertainment device. However, it lacks the functionality and sturdiness needed to succeed in more professional endeavors, but third-party accessories could help make up some of that difference.

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Final Verdict

The Nokia T20 is a budget-friendly tablet that can be used for entertainment and family use. It comes with four different modes: child friendly, work-oriented using Google’s stock Android OS without any unnecessary bloatware or applications installed onto it; education-focused, which includes access to educational apps designed specifically by schools – perfect if you’re looking at supplementing your teaching efforts while traveling on the go! Lastly, there’s also gaming mode, so gamers have everything they need right out of the box, including Wiimotes as well.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is Nokia better than Samsung?

A: Nokia is better than Samsung at timely Android updates, a study says. According to the new research by Gartner, IncNokia-branded phones are getting updated significantly faster than any other major smartphone manufacturer in terms of both patches and versions released–Nokia reaches newer software releases within one month while it takes six months for them all other companies on average.

Q: Is Nokia a good brand?

A: Nokia phones have been a trusted brand for three decades and continue to lead the market in quality, reliability. Counterpoint Research found that Nokia’s latest devices are more likely than any other phone on this list to be installed with software from Google, including Android updates2.

Q: Is Nokia dead?

A: Nokia was once a household name and one of the world’s most recognizable brands, but their heyday ended with the rise of smartphones. Unbeknownst to many people today, though, Nokia has made an impressive comeback under HMD Global, which acquired exclusive rights to market this brand back in 2017 through licensing agreements – proving they still have what it takes.

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