Nokia was a powerhouse in the cell phone sector around two decades ago. However, as the industry drove from featured phones to smartphones, Nokia did not follow the trend and soon sank. But a Finnish company, HMD Global, has come to its rescue and has floated ever since. The company came out of numerous markets, including the Chinese market, during its ‘sink-day.’ However, based to the recent sources, the Chinese market appears to be revitalised by Nokia Mobile.
The business is reportedly working on another smartphone for the Chinese market after rumours from Nokia G50 5G. This is not all, the rumour says that Nokia plans a tablet for this market as well. While the model number of the smartphone is TA-1399, the tablet is Nokia T20.
The Nokia TA-1399 smartphone has previously been certified with CQC quality. This next smartphone features 18W rapid charge, according to the certification information.
There is also a Nokia gadget that has also been certified as CQC. The Nokia T20 tablet is from the device category. In addition, HMD will also release the Nokia T20 model TA-1394 in the Chinese market. All these devices come with rapid 10W charge.
The Nokia T20 comes with a Unisoc (previously Spreadtrum) chip, according to rumours. Mali-G52 is the GPU. The processor’s precise model is between Unisoc Tiger T618 and T700.
T he Unisoc Tiger T618 (previously Spreadtrum) is a soC octa-core entry-level, with two fast ARM Cortex A75 nuclei of up to 2GHz and six ARM Cortex A55 A55 cores of up to 1.8GHz. The Tiger T700 is likewise configured in the same way.
The Nokia T20 will come with an Android 11 system out of the box from rumours and guesses thus far. This gadget has a 10.36-inch display, and 4G and Wi-Fi connectivity are supported. The Wi-Fi version in Europe is roughly GBP 190.14, while 4G costs GBP 207.29. The smartphone also has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage space. Outside China there appears to be only a blue variety.
It is worth noting that the Nokia G50 5G has previously been certified and confirmed by the Ministry, and recent rumours indicate that Nokia G50 will be sold in Europe in early October so that these models will probably be published and listed worldwide at the same time.