HMD Global has announced many Nokia devices in the past two years, but only a few of them are truly worth your investment. While some are budget-friendly, meaning you can’t expect top-notch hardware, others are reasonably priced and offer great value for your money.
One such device is the Nokia T20, Nokia Mobile’s first tablet. It’s the second (or third, if we count some older Nokia tablets) to feature the iconic Nokia logo on the back. I still use it for basic tasks like reading emails, consuming video content, and browsing the internet for post ideas. I almost forgot to mention that it can also serve as a second monitor (check the post for how to do it), which can be quite handy when you’re working on a 14-inch laptop. I still find it to be a worthwhile purchase for everyday tasks.
Anyway, if you’re interested and reside in the UK, you should check out the Amazon deal that can get you the T20 for £124.44, instead of the regular £179.00.
Now, if you’re in need of a robust, waterproof, and durable smartphone with a good screen and a rather decent camera, you might want to consider the Nokia X30. While the Nokia XR21 is also a solid choice, I prefer the X30 because of its AMOLED screen, which provides better visibility in bright sunlight.
Additionally, the Nokia X30 is a more budget-friendly option, and in some markets, you can find excellent deals on it. India, for example, has the Nokia X30 at a 33% discount on the local Amazon store. The 8/256 GB version now costs 36,999 INR, which is roughly 415€ (in other words, not bad).