Announcement. Nokia T21 - a tablet, just a tablet

Photo Announcement. Nokia T21 - a tablet, just a tablet

In my opinion, HMD Global has completely gone nuts on the basis of ecology. So. The Nokia T21 is an aluminum tablet with a 60% recycled plastic antenna cover. And this is exactly what is presented as the main feature of this device.

Okay. Before us, in fact, an easy update of last year's tablet Nokia T20.

Replaced chipset from Unisoc Tiger T610 to slightly more advanced Unisoc T612. Performance remained plus or minus at the same level, around two hundred thousand AnTuTu points.

Memory. 4 GB RAM, 64 or 128 GB permanent. Plus there is support for memory cards. (It was worse - 3/4 GB of RAM and 32/64 GB of permanent).

The screen does not appear to have changed. Diagonal 10.4" (308 cm²), decent resolution 2000x1200 (224 ppi). No increased refresh rate.

The battery also remained the same, 8200 mAh. The charging speed has grown from 15 to 18 W.

Cameras are unlikely to be useful to you. Frontal and rear - 8 MP each. (The ancestor of the front camera was a little simpler - 5 MP).

There is Type-C and dual-band Wi-Fi. Mobile Internet? Yes. There will be pure Wi-Fi varieties and there will be versions with LTE support.

The fingerprint scanner is not visible. But suddenly there is an NFC module.

The price seems to start at €239 (₽14400, $239).

Nokia T21 key features:

ScreenS-IPS, 10.4", 308 cm², 2000x1200, 224 ppi, 60 Hz, touch, capacitive, multi-touch HardwareUnisoc T612
2 x Cortex-A75, 6 x Cortex-A55, Mali-G57 Memory RAM 4 GB, ROM 64-128 GB, Micro-SD up to 512 GB, hybrid slot Mobile InternetLTE
EDGE Mobile networksLTE Bands 1,3,5,7,8,20,28,38,40,41
UMTS Bands 1(2100), 5(850), 8(900)
GSM Bands 2(1900) , 3(1800), 5(850), 8(900) Rechargeable Li-Pol, 8200 mAh, fast charging 18.00 W Dimensions247.5 x 157.3 x 7.5 mm Weight466 g Rear Camera: 8MP, flash, autofocus
front camera: 8 MP, no flash, no autofocus NavigationGPS OSAndroid 12 SensorsNFC USBType-C v2.0

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