Several years after HMD resurrected the Nokia brand with a solid lineup of budget phones, the company is dipping its toes in the tablet market. This morning, HMD announced the Nokia T20, it’s first Android tablet in six years.
The budget-friendly T20 sports the same understated aesthetic as Nokia’s smartphone lineup. Its textured aluminum frame comes in dark blue, there’s a small camera module poking out from the top-left corner with an 8MP sensor, and prominent Nokia branding in the center of the tablet.
The front is dominated by a 10.4-inch, 2,000-by-1,200-pixel LCD made of strengthened glass. Typical brightness maxes out at 400 nits and there’s no mention of an antireflective coating, so it’s best-suited for indoor use. Chunky bezels frame the display, and a 5MP selfie-camera is hidden in the top bezel for video calls.