What the Critics Are Saying...
- Nate Ralph, Tom's Guide
Nokia’s T20 is a solid entry in the Android tablet space, provided you can find it for $200 (or less). It doesn’t stand out in any regard, but the combination of sturdy build and strong battery life makes this a good option for anyone who wants an inexpensive device for casual reading and web browsi...
- Michael L Hicks, Android Central
On paper, the Nokia T20 does nearly everything it should as a $250 tablet — decent performance, solid visual quality, and two promised OS updates — making it a solid first effort at a budget tablet from HMD Global. But in practice, the tablet has a couple of drawbacks with streaming and speaker qual...
- Tyler Hayes, Newsweek
At a full retail price of $249.99, the Nokia T20 is a fine value. It can pull off most tasks you'd want a tablet for, minus any strenuous gaming. It's good enough for daily use, with respectable battery life, even if the total package isn't as exciting as its blue exterior might suggest.
- David Snelling, Daily Express
The T20 definitely isn't perfect but, for the price, it offers some excellent value for money. The design feels super-premium and there are plenty of nice features such as facial recognition, good battery life, and 4G connectivity that you'd only expect to see on high-priced devices.
- Muzaffar Ismail, TechNave
Overall, the Nokia T20 tablet is a good 10.4 tablet for both work and play. Details on the display are clear while the zippy performance, 4G LTE connectivity and long lasting battery life makes it a good device to have while on the move. However, at its price tag of RM1099 it's a bit pricey, especia...
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