All the features of a Nokia phone, but on a tablet. That’s the new T-series elevator pitch. Why now a tablet series? Aufgrund of the present circumstances, last year’s tablet shipments increased again. And so did tablets this year.

This new scenario shaped the Nokia T20 tablet’s strategy. Lastly, it must be secure and long-lasting, with long battery life and quick charging for all-day work/study at home. First, the tablet has the biggest battery at its pricing range of 8,200 mAh. Officially, the T20 should last approximately 15 hours. It can work/school all day and yet have juice leftover for playtime.

If you’re on calls all day, the tablet may last about 7 hours. It can play 10 hours of movies over the weekend. The charger is a 15W USB-C adaptor. The retail box will only include a 10W charger.

10” LCD with 2k/1200px resolution on the Nokia T20 (15:9). There is a 400 nit boost mode. Toughened glass protects it.

With two Cortex-A75 cores at 1.8GHz and six A55 cores at 1.8GHz, the tablet runs Android 11. It’s not a beast, but it’s power-efficient, and that’s the point. It comes with 3GB or 4GB of RAM, 32GB or 64GB of storage, with a microSD card slot.

The T20 is supported like the Nokia G-series. Then there are 3 years of monthly OS upgrades. For businesses, HMD is growing its business by providing solutions to deploy a fleet of tablets, manage them remotely, and have secure internet connections even while traveling in over 180 countries.

A 3.5 mm headphone jack is included as well as dual speakers. The front camera is 5 MP for video calls and the rear camera is 8 MP. The front camera can perform face unlock and video calls.

HMD Global has developed a few tablet-specific accessories. The first two are tough cases, one with a flip cover and one without. These will keep the tablet secure either in transit or in little hands. It may also be used to make video calls or view movies. There’s also the Nokia Micro Earbuds Pro, which is intended to suit both big and tiny ears.

The T20 comes in two flavors: WiFi alone and 4G. It all depends on whether you want a tablet at home or on the road. Wi-Fi ac and Bluetooth 5.0 are also supported.

The Nokia T20 (Wi-Fi) begins at €200 (Rs.18,000/-) for 3/32GB, and €240 (Rs.21,000/-) for 4G LTE.