HMD Global has hit the headlines today as it has scheduled a launch event on October 6, 2021. This upcoming launch event is believed to be an online-only event as the COVID-19 restrictions and crisis are still not over. At this launch event, the company is expected to take the wraps off the Nokia G50 5G smartphone that has been hitting the rumour mills off late and the Nokia T20 Android tablet, which was surfacing in rumours. The company has taken to its official Twitter handle to share the teaser of the upcoming event.
From the teaser image as seen above, we can see some previously launched smartphones and feature phones arranged in a queue. At the farther end, we can see a large box, which makes us believe that the company is in plans to unveil its long-rumoured Nokia T20 tablet.
Nokia G50 5G, Nokia T20 Tablet Rumored Specs
From the existing reports, the Nokia G50 5G smartphone is believed to be launched with an octa-core MediaTek Helio G80 processor that is said to be coupled with 4GB and 8GB of RAM. Also, it is tipped to arrive with up to 512GB of storage space as well. A 4800mAh battery is likely to power the smartphone from within to ensure that the lights are turned on.
The upcoming Nokia smartphone in question is likely to feature a large 6.8-inch display with an HD+ resolution and a multiple-camera setup at its rear with a 48MP primary sensor. Some leaks hint at a pair of Nokia-branded TWS earphones, which suggest that the smartphone could be bundled with this accessory in select markets.
On the other hand, talking about the Nokia T20 Android tablet, it is speculated to flaunt a 10.36-inch display. While the details pertaining to its hardware aren’t known, it is believed to run a Snapdragon 4xx SoC. However, rumours suggest that Nokia could use a Unisoc chipset but the model is not known. It is said to be paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage space.
The Nokia T20 could arrive in both Wi-Fi and 4G variants and is said to be priced at EUR 185 (approx Rs 16,000) and EUR 202 (approx Rs 17,000) respectively. Notably, the Nokia T20 will be the second tablet from the company with the first one being the N1 Slate that went official in 2015.