Nokia Enters The Word of Tablets with T20


Nokia has announced its entry into the Tablet market with the launch of its T series the Nokia T20

The Nokia name has been ticking again in the smartphone market five years since HMD Global took over the brand.

The phone maker has now entered the world of tablets.

The Nokia T20 marks the introduction of the brand-new T-series in Nokia’s portfolio of gadgets.

Gopher Ogembo, the Senior Business Manager for Kenya & East Africa HMD Global revealed what informed the decision to venture into the Tablets market was that over the past year, there has been an increase in hybrid working and online learning, as well as the growing use of social media, video calling platforms and streaming services, leading to an increase in the appetite for tablets.


According to Ogembo 161 million tablets were shipped globally last year.

“The tablets market grew an impressive 53% in Ql from 2020 to 20211 so, we created HMO Global’s first-ever Nokia tablet to address people’s changing needs and their desire for versatile technology and features,” said Ogembo

Packed with clear 2K screen plus three years of monthly security updates and two years of free operating system (OS) upgrades the t20 will retail at Ksh29, 900.

The brand-new tablet brings big screen, with a range of versatile features and a long-lasting battery life.

Designed for work, learning and play, our Nokia T20 offers the classic qualities people have come to love and expect from our smartphones, in a brand-new format.”

Ben Wood, Chief Analyst at CCS Insight, notes that there has been a renaissance in the tablet market with latest Connected Consumer Radar report underlining how this category has grown.

“From our data 27 percent of owners seeing more value from their tablets since the pandemic began,” said Wood.

The Nokia T20 comes with Google Kids Space, a trusted kids mode for children to explore apps books and videos to nurture their inquisitive minds. Google Kids Space works in parallel with your child’s Google Account, which parents can help manage with Family Link parental controls.

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