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Nokia T20 is the best battery you can get in a tablet
Nokia has been essential to HMD Global over the past few years, after a bombarded effort with Microsoft to make Windows Phone mobiles. Currently, it has focused on offering low cost and deeply secure mobiles, however, the market is changing, subsequently the shipment of this T20.
The Nokia T20 is a 10.4-inch Android tablet, which stands out for two things: its cost of 200 euros / $ and its 8,200 mAh battery, the largest in this range and sufficient for most hours of use with a power that can be 15W with the USB-C port (although the included charger is only 10W ).
In any case, it resembles a simple tablet, but generally complete. The estimates and the weight ( 465 grams ) are like those of an essential iPad, and at that value, it will presumably be presented as an option in contrast to Apple products, with a 2K meta screen ( 2,000 x 1,200 pixels ), a splendor. more extreme 400 nits and much thinner edges.
How is the Nokia T20 presented?
The Nokia T20 is made of aluminum, with an IP52 water obstruction, which allows it to withstand splashes. Interestingly, it can be accessible in a single shade, subdued blue.
Inside it has an eight-core Unisoc T610 processor, which should offer adequate exposure for a mid-range tablet; It is joined by 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage.
It will be available in two models, although only the network will change; the fundamental adaptation only has Wi-Fi, and the most developed one has 4G and GPS, and will cost 40 euros / $ more. Nokia will also offer embellishments such as a case for more effective care, a stand to hold the tablet upright, and remote headsets to exploit the Bluetooth 5.0 connection.