Nokia on Wednesday unveiled its first tablet, the T20. The company promises 15 hours of battery life. The device will be sold for $249.99.HMD Global said Nokia T20 runs on Google’s Android operating system, comes with a 10.4-inch 2K display and a huge 8,200 milliamp-hour batteryThe firm promises up to 15 hours of usage on a full charge. HMD says the T20 supports 10 hours of video streaming on platforms like YouTube and Netflix.
The new tablet comes with family-friendly features like Google Kids Space, a kids mode setting that shows only safe content to children, and Family Link, a system which introduces parental controls.The Nokia T20 starts at a price of 199 euros in Europe, or $249.99 in the U.S.
Espoo, Finland-based HMD has held the license to use Nokia handset brand since 2016, when the company bought it off Microsoft. The company is majority-owned by former executive Jean-Francois Baril, counts the likes of Google, Qualcomm and Nokia as investors.HMD’s feature phone business has performed well. However, the company has had less luck with its smartphones, which accounted for less than 1% of the market last year. Global tablet sales were forecast to reach growth in 2020 for the first time in six years.