Another Nokia tablet variant TA-1394 certified by China’s CQC

Nokia XR20
Representational Image: Nokia XR20

All of a sudden, many smartphone makers have started eyeing the tablet market, and it is not any different with HMD Global. The Nokia phone maker will kick start its T-series meant for the tablets with the Nokia T20.

Although there still is not any way to find out the model numbers of T20, some of the known variants of an upcoming Nokia tablet are TA-1392 and TA-1397, which were spotted in Russia about three months ago.

A few weeks ago, TA-1394 appeared on Brazil’s ANATEL site without any specifics, but now it has been certified by China’s CQC as a part of the same tablet. And Nokia Mobile will ship it with the usual 5 V, 2 A-rated 10 W power adapter.

Unlike the Nokia G50, Nokia Mobile has managed to keep the pictures of the Nokia T20 under the wraps. However, that did not stop the retailers and Geekbench from disclosing some of the specifications.

Nokia Mobile’s Riddler (T20) will fit in a 10.36-inch display. On the inside, it houses a 1.82 GHz Unisoc Tiger processor (T610/T618/T700) alongside Mali G52 as the GPU. The OS is none other than Android 11, and the RAM capacity will be limited to 4 GB with 64 GB of internal memory. One of the colour options is Blue.

You will get to choose from two of its variants based on the network connectivity. The Wi-Fi only variant will cost a bit less at about £185 (€215, ₹18690, US$255), while the 4G variant is supposed to cost £202 (€235, ₹20400, US$279) in the UK.

The tablet will also mark the return of rugged Nokia accessories, especially a rugged case priced at €23 (₹2000, US$27) and a rugged flip cover for €34 (₹2950, US$40).

It is expected to debut globally along with the Nokia G50 in the coming weeks, but Nokia Mobile has not announced the date of the launch event yet.