An HMD Global event is scheduled for October 6, during which several new smartphones and tablets are expected to be announced. Today, the manufacturer posted on Twitter an image showing a partial view of the tablet. In the image, it sits next to a push-button phone, which, together with the title of the publication “Everything you would expect from a Nokia phone in a tablet,” may hint at the ease of use and reliability of the device.
According to preliminary information, the tablet called Nokia T20 will be built on a single-chip Unisoc system, equipped with a 10.36-inch display, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of flash memory. It will most likely ship with Android 11 and will be offered in Wi-Fi-only and Wi-Fi and 4G variants. It will be Nokia’s second attempt to enter the tablet market after the not-so-successful Nokia N1, introduced in 2014.