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Troubled Nokia Pivot From Smartphones To Tablets

With their smartphones not exactly setting the Australian market alight, HMD Global – who hold manufacturing rights for Nokia Mobile – are having a shot at tablets.

Leaked images via Vietnamese news site Zingnews.vn have been revealed, with the new tablets set to be announced globally on October 6.

Whether retailers will stock them is another question, as they’re struggling to sell Nokia-branded smartphones here, with Apple with the iPads, Lenovo and Samsung with the Galaxy Tabs dominating the market.

The leaked images reveal the front and rear design of the T20 tablet, which features a button and a speaker grille on the top edge.

A front camera can be seen on the left bezel when viewed in portrait orientation.

The bottom corner of the device seems to be fitted with a 3.5mm audio jack, while the rear shell features a single camera with an LED flash.
Sources claim the T20 will have a 10.36-inch display, though the quality isn’t known.

It is expected to run on a stock version of Android 11 OS and will ship with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

It is expected to arrive in a Wi-Fi only and a Wi-Fi + 4G version. Pricing has not been announced.


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