Woooah another gadget review! Today we’re reviewing the first-ever Android tablet from Nokia, the Nokia T20.
It’s about time. You wanna know why? Because Geof broke the android tablet I purchased for him last year. Gosh I told him to please, please take care of his gadgets because his mommy doesn’t grow money out of her hair.
And nope, you didn’t read it wrong, it is an android. Nokia. tablet. Here’s a trivia, my very first mobile phone was a Nokia 5110. How about you?
For only P12,990 (SRP), the tablet comes in a smooth dark blue aluminum chassis and features a large 10.4-inch 2k display, 8MP + 5MP dual cameras, 4GB RAM, Unisoc T610 chipset, and a huge 8,200mAh battery. The big battery and screen should make it perfect for on-line classes, as well as watching multimedia videos.
In addition, it’s certified low blue light, three years of monthly security updates, and three years of guaranteed OS updates.
Nokia T20 Specs
- 10.4-inch 2K Display (1200 x 2000 pixels, 224 ppi)
- Color: Deep Ocean
- Android 11 OS
- Unisoc T610 Chipset
- Up to 1.8GHz octa-core CPU
- Mali-G52 GPU
- 4GB of RAM
- 64GB of expandable storage
- 8 Megapixel Rear Camera (AF)
- 5 Megapixel Front Camera
- Wi-Fi (dual band)
- 4G LTE
- Bluetooth 5.0
- USB Type-C (with OTG)
- 3.5mm Audio Jack
- Stereo Speakers
- Nokia OZO Audio
- FM Radio
- 8,200mAh Battery (non-removable)
- 15W Fast Charging
- 247.6 x 157.5 x 7.8 mm @ 465 g
Where to buy? Nokia Official Store in Shopee
Nokia T20 Review
Okay, relax. We’re not going to deep dive into the technicalities of this phone. What we are going to do, however, is test, try, and review the Nokia T20 from a lifestyle perspective. First-hand. From Geof. Since he’s now the proud owner of the tablet. I gave him an interview after his week of playing, and studying with the Nokia tablet and here’s what we (err him) has to say.
Personally I appreciate the aluminum and glass structure of the Nokia T20, it adds a premium feel to the device.
What do you think about the display/screen?
I like it a lot. I don’t have to squint my eyes watching my favorite cartoons and it’s bright enough to see even in daylight. I also notice my eyes still feels comfy even after using it for a looooong time. The images are crisp and videos smooth.
How’s the battery life?
On the first full charge, it lasted nearly eight hours on me without re-charging. That’s amazing because now I’m confident to take it along with me when we go to the mall or park and I don’t need to bring heavy powerbanks or cords.
Is it comfortable to use?
Very much. Compared to my previous tablet, this one has a bigger display but feels lighter on the hands.
How about the camera?
It’s a decent enough camera to use for taking photos for school work, or random pictures. Like the one I took last time with you and your friends. The front-camera also works fine for my on-line zoom classes. Here are some of the sample shots I took:
How’s your experience watching videos on this device?
The sounds are clear and the words are clear and not buzzy. The loud speakers are pretty decent but sounds are even better using ear buds.
How about games?
Well, I installed Roblox, Minecraft, and Slither.io. I can play Slither.io without any lag but for Roblox and Minecraft, they have to be the only app open or else things get a bit.. slow.
Any final thoughts?
I wish there were more cases, protectors, or accessories available for my tablet so that I can take care of it and protect it better so it doesn’t get destroyed just like my previous android. Mom told me to be careful.
There you have it folks! Straight from an honest kid. To be fair, I also used the device for quite a bit and I have to say my thoughts are just the same. It’s a pretty promising tablet. Looking forward for future developments, and releases from Nokia!
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