The first Nokia tablet is declassified

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The first Nokia tablet is declassified

HMD Global will launch the first Nokia-branded tablet. This is reported by the NokiaMob edition.

Information about the future device was spotted on the website of one of the British retailers. Judging by the declassified information, the tablet will be named Nokia T20. The model will be equipped with a 10.36-inch screen, 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of internal memory. The device will be released in two versions – only with a Wi-Fi module and with additional support for working in 4G networks.

The base model Nokia T20 will cost 257 dollars (19 thousand rubles), the top-end model with 4G support will be estimated at 280 dollars (20 thousand rubles). Reporters noted that HMD Global is targeting the general consumer and will not compete with powerful devices like Apple's iPad Pro. The release date of the gadgets has not been reported, but the authors believe that the announcement will take place in the coming weeks. In June, insiders discovered that the tablets had received certification numbers TA-1392 and TA-1397 for sale in the Russian market.

Despite the fact that these are the first tablets from HMD Global, which produces devices under the Nokia brand, the Finnish company has previously entered the market for such devices. In particular, in November 2013 Nokia released the Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet, in 2014 – Nokia N1.

One of the latest releases from HMD Global is the Nokia XR20 shockproof smartphone, released at the end of July. The device received a body protected from physical influences, a 6.67-inch screen, a Qualcomm Kryo 460 chip, 6 gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of internal memory.

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