Nokia Mobile has renewed its focus on China market, it seems. After Nokia G50 5G, another new smartphone with variant TA-1399 and the Nokia T20 Tablet also seem headed to China.
A new Nokia smartphone with TA-1399 has appeared in CQC certification. The smartphone comes with 18W fast charging support.
Another Nokia device that has appeared in the CQC certification is the Nokia T20 Tablet. For China the variant TA-1394 of Nokia T20 seems to be the targeted on.
Nokia T20 is powered by an Unisoc processor. The GPU in question is revealed to be Mali-G52. This sort of limits the processor identity to Unisoc Tiger T618 and Tiger T700. Both these processors pack two Cortex-A75 and six A55 cores and as the screenshots show above can be clocked up to 1.8 GHz.
The Nokia T20 will also come running Android 11 out of the box. As per the retailer listings we posted earlier, Nokia T20 will pack a 10.36-inch display. It will be available in 4G and Wi-Fi connection type variants. The Wi-Fi variant is priced at £190.14 while the 4G variant is priced at £207.29.
Nokia T20 packs 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. Though it is possible that there may be more storage variants in offering later. The listings also reveal only the Blue color model.
Nokia G50 5G has recently appeared in Tenna certification confirming its arrival in China market. A recent listing in Europe has hinted at an early October release for Nokia G50. So probably, we will see a launch event soon for China market.