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Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by BrandSpurNG: 9:49am On Nov 07, 2021
Leading mobile phone manufacturer, HMD Global has unveiled the first ever tablet in the Nokia mobile stable – the Nokia T20.

An amazing device which offers users a suite of cutting-edge functionalities, the device was formally launched in the Nigerian market at a well-attended event held at Yudala Heights, Victoria Island, Lagos on Thursday, November 4, 2021.

The Nokia T20 – a portable tool which Adetayo Obinaike, Marketing Manager, West Africa, HMD Global, says is configured for users to love, trust and keep – comes with a powerful 8200 mAh battery, offering longer hours for work, play and learning. In addition, the device comes equipped with two years of Operating System (OS) upgrades and three years of monthly security updates with an optional fourth year for Enterprise customers, ensuring greater security and data privacy for users. Further distinguishing the Nokia T20 is a 2k screen which delivers crisp, crystal-clear detail, as well as a massive 64GB / 32GB internal storage.

The 10.4-inch device is powered by an octa-core chip ensuring a faster, more reliable user experience, among other exciting features and will be distributed nationwide by TD Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa’s leading tech, lifestyle, and solutions distributor.

Speaking at the launch of the Nokia T20, Joseph Umunakwe, General Manager, West, East and Central Africa, HMD Global emphasized the unique attention to security and safeguard of user information which the device assures for users, notably through the monthly security and Operating System (OS) upgrades, even as he noted that the device is built in compliance with international standards and guaranteed to deliver long-lasting performance.

Earlier in his presentation, Obinaike, HMD Global Marketing Manager, West Africa, highlighted the wide range of benefits and unique differentiators which make the Nokia T20 a must-have for all categories of users, especially in line with the new normal occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, he disclosed that the changes brought about by the pandemic represented an ample opportunity for Nokia to come up with a device that is built to specifications to support virtual work, remote learning and for leisure users as well.

Additionally, he revealed that the device accommodates a wide audience, including kids, with the inclusion of the Google Kids Space, which comes loaded with apps that encourage educational and fun/entertainment-focused content for this specific class of users, along with essential Family Link parental controls.

‘‘The new Nokia T20 comes with 10.4-inch display with high resolution but it is eyes friendly so that you can spend more time using the tablet. It also comes with an amazing battery life that could last a whole day once fully charged,’’ Obinaike stated.



‘‘Unlike other devices, the Nokia T20 Tab comes with three years of monthly security update, which is great for protection of your information. It also runs with Android 11, which can be upgraded to Android 12 and 13 with two years of OS update.



‘‘But that’s not all. The device comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM, 13MP/2MP rear camera and 5MP front camera. This is an amazing device. It is a gadget we want Nigerians to love, trust and keep,” the HMD Global Marketing Manager, West Africa enthused.



Also endorsing the device, Managing Director, Sales, TD Africa, Mrs. Gozy Ijogun, attested to the quality, unique selling proposition and competitive pricing of the Nokia T20.

‘‘At TD Africa, we are deliberate about our partnerships and the Nokia T20, one of the latest innovations from Nokia Mobile is a device we are very excited about. In addition to the great features, we are also excited about the fact that it comes at a very competitive price point. The device will be available in every retail store or online platform through our nationwide database of channel partners.’’

In his contribution, Emmanuel Ossai, Senior Business Manager, West Africa, HMD Global, revealed that the Nokia T20 would retail at N118,000, even as he reiterated the large screen display, big battery, work-life balance and rugged accessories that accompany the device.

Present at the unveiling ceremony were top officials of HMD Global and TD Africa, as well as channel partners and resellers from the ICT ecosystem and the media.

SOURCE:https://brandspurng.com/2021/11/07/nokia-first-ever-android-tablet-hits-market/

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Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by illicit(m): 10:02am On Nov 07, 2021
How much?
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by Aremu01(m): 11:47am On Nov 07, 2021
E go de affordable?

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Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by Thebwoy: 12:33pm On Nov 07, 2021
Hope it'll compete well with the Xiaomi tablet
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by TheWolfen(m): 12:36pm On Nov 07, 2021
Whatever happen to Symbian OS. Instead of them to continually develop it they abandon it for Android OS
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by Ryda(m): 1:16pm On Nov 07, 2021
angry
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by Fuyinge: 2:04pm On Nov 07, 2021
Always late to the party

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Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by pseudonomer: 2:33pm On Nov 07, 2021
TheWolfen:
Whatever happen to Symbian OS. Instead of them to continually develop it they abandon it for Android OS

Not all software is upgradeable, to meet a new standard. Sometimes, you have to restart from the start, new architecture, design and innovative thinking to meet future challenges. So, it’s not easy to come with this, even with the powerful tech firms.

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Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by bobbybrown007(m): 3:38pm On Nov 07, 2021
Nokia tinx too dey cost, u go dey hear 90k plus

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Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by b3llo(m): 4:04pm On Nov 07, 2021
bobbybrown007:
Nokia tinx too dey cost, u go dey hear 90k plus
It will go for N118,000

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Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by bobbybrown007(m): 4:05pm On Nov 07, 2021
b3llo:
It will go for N118,000
YOU SEE AM

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Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by JavaScript90: 4:09pm On Nov 07, 2021
I love Nokia devices. their hardware hardly depreciate unlike techno,itel and infinix

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Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by Taiwx(m): 4:54pm On Nov 07, 2021
I'd better buy U.K used iPhone 7 and save myself the stress....
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by lifenija: 4:56pm On Nov 07, 2021
JavaScript90:
I love Nokia devices. their hardware hardly depreciate unlike techno,itel and infinix
so so true
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by folake4u(f): 5:00pm On Nov 07, 2021
JavaScript90:
I love Nokia devices. their hardware hardly depreciate unlike techno,itel and infinix

You're right.

I've been using my Nokia Android phone for 2yrs now. Still durable.
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by Blastedholligan: 7:04pm On Nov 07, 2021
how much will it be for sef
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by Blastedholligan: 7:06pm On Nov 07, 2021
TheWolfen:
Whatever happen to Symbian OS. Instead of them to continually develop it they abandon it for Android OS
would you have bought it? won't you also follow the trend?
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by truthCoder: 8:45pm On Nov 07, 2021
Android….nah
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by chatinent: 9:00pm On Nov 07, 2021
TheWolfen:
Whatever happen to Symbian OS. Instead of them to continually develop it they abandon it for Android OS

Symbian cannot outsmart Android...even if I know Symbian was the idea for Android.

You cannot create an OS the big tech apps would not support. It will die.


If Symbian OS continued, only Google can kill it. Why ?

Google owns Android OS.

It can stop supporting anything that will relate Symbian, or anything that will make it grow. Facebook will side Google since they work hand-in-hand.


Just look at Blackberry. Na wetin do am.
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by Onyenna(m): 12:36am On Nov 08, 2021
Too expensive for me.......
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by MspDejoker(m): 4:03am On Nov 08, 2021
cool
A shocker from Nokia.
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by femi4: 5:38am On Nov 08, 2021
Dead on arrival....they should leave the market for Sammy already
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by Newboss(m): 7:43am On Nov 08, 2021
Nokia android na joke.

Don't waste your money
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by paltielx: 12:00pm On Nov 08, 2021
Wow nice device, this will be durable
Re: Nokia: First Ever Android Tablet Hits Market by Kunja2: 6:20pm On Nov 08, 2021
How much will it be sef

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