Nokia T20 specs and price in Kenya
|Wireless FM radio
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Unboxing and Design
The first and most obvious question is what do you get in the box of the Nokia T20? And the answer is a charger, a USB cable type C, and about 10 trees worth of starter guides. And that’s it for the box. Nice and straightforward. First impressions of the T20 tablet.
The plastic back looks rather nice. It could almost pass as metal, got a matte finish which hopefully should repel the worst of finger greasings. Definitely feels solidly put together. You’ve got toughened glass upfront as well. Just to help give it an extra bit of protection. This tablet is surprisingly lightweight as well. It has got nicely rounded corners with a strange positioning of the headphone Jack which is actually stuck away at its bottom right corner.
Now, the Nokia T20 rocks very respectable 10.4-inch displays of 2000 x 1200 pixel resolutions. Its visuals are reasonably crisp despite the fact that it’s obviously quite a spacious screen. Certainly, you’ve got enough. It is just a simple IPS panel. So don’t expect super sharp contrast and unrealistically vivid colors. And it maxes out at 400 nits (typ) which is fine for indoor use. The view angles are good enough. Sadly there is no way to change the refresh rate though. It is stuck at 60 Hertz. And the Nokia T20 has a stereo speaker arrangement. Both of those speakers are housed on the edge of the tablet. And it’s a reasonably good audio setup. There’s a clear distinction between the left and the right channels. Decent clarity as well.
HMD global has not tinkered with Android here. It’s a stock version of Android 11 on the Nokia T20. The main difference is that the Google feed is heavily focused on video, games, and stuff to read. As well on the video side of things, you can get recommendations to watch from the likes of YouTube, Disney Plus, etc. But it does not have Netflix support even though it is fully customizable. It’s quite a limited selection, but a pretty good way of just seeing some of the latest releases on various platforms.
Another feature that HMD has added to the Nokia T20 on top of Android is Face Unlock. You’ve also got Kid Space loaded on here. And as always one of the benefits for Nokia devices is the fact you’ve got guaranteed updates stretching into the future two years of all OS updates. What this means is that you will be getting Android 12 later on. And then Android 13 after that and three years of security updates as well. This Nokia T20 has 64 GB of storage to play with here. There is a 32 GB variant in some regions as well. But the good news is you can expand that via an SD card if you like.
Now performance as you’d expect, it’s fairly basic here on the Nokia T20 as it is just a budget tablet. Power comes courtesy of the Unisoc T610 (12 nm) chipset that offers basic platform performance. But the T20 certainly seems up to the job for simple stuff like streaming videos, browsing the internet, and so on. The great thing is that the tablet shows no signs of heating up as you would expect from a basic chipset.
What we must be thankful for is its 64GB internal storage, and especially that beefy 4GB RAM it comes with. It should keep you going all day long depending on what you are using to tablet for. It supports Fast charging 15W.
Yes Nokia T20 has a selfie built into the top end of the display there when you’re holding it in a landscape. This one should do fine for your video chats as its large display keeps your face reasonably bright. You’ve also got the rear camera here. It is an 8 MP, AF shooter and that is just about what I can say about it.
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