Nokia X20 and Nokia T20 are a nice smart device duo to have, and the same is thinking German Deutsche Ban. NotebookCheck, actually its German version, reported that Deutsche Bahn just bought 12,000 Nokia X20 smartphones and 15,000 Nokia T20 tablets.
Nokia devices will be replacing the currently used smartphones of employees in the long-distance transport division DB Fernverkehr AG. One of the reasons Deutsche Ban chose Nokia is sustainability and service since the Nokia phone should last longer and get 4 years of security updates.
Also, Nokia Mobile and Ecologi will be planting additional 100,000 trees as a result of this deal.
Nokia X20 is a nice looking mid-range device with a rather capable main camera and good battery life. On the other side, Nokia T20 is an affordable tablet which proved to be also quite good for doing everyday tasks and its battery lasts long. Also, T20 is coming in a nicely designed aluminium body and has 2K screen backed with stereo speakers that play good quality OZO audio sound.
I think that DB did a nice job, especially if they got a discount.