HMD Global has launched the Nokia T21 Tablet in India today, expanding the company's tablet offerings in the country. The tablet features a 10.3-inch 2k display, 8200mAh battery, and a Unisoc chip.
The Unisoc T612 chipset powers both the Wi-Fi and LTE + Wi-Fi versions of the tablet. The tablet will be available for purchase in retail stores, partner portals and other outlets from January 22.
The Nokia T21 tablet's aluminium frame is protected by a cover made of 60% recycled plastic to ensure reliable wireless connections. It also includes 3 years of monthly security updates and 2 years of Android upgrades (including 2 OS upgrades).
There is an 8-megapixel camera on both the front and back of the tablet, it also boasts autofocus and an LED flash.
The Nokia T21 boasts two stereo speakers that can pump out up to 96 decibels of sound through OZO playback. Talking about the battery, on a full charge, the 8,200mAh battery provides power for up to three days. An 18W charger is also included. The Nokia T21 has an IP52 certification, Kids Space, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFCa, a USB Type-C connector, a 3.5mm audio jack, and NFCa.
The 10.36-inch LCD display of the Nokia T21 is capable of a 2K (1200 x 2000) resolution, an aspect ratio of 5:3, a maximum of 360 nits of brightness, and Widevine L1 for Netflix in HD. The tablet is compatible with the Wacom WGP and Wacom Active ESE 2.0 styluses and may be used as a screen when connected to a personal computer. Please note that the item does not come with a working pen.
HD video and voice calling are available on the 10.36-inch, 2K, SGS-certified display with minimal blue light.
The Nokia T21 launched in Charcoal Grey with a 4/64GB storage arrangement. The Wi-Fi alone model costs ₹17,999, while the LTE + Wi-Fi model costs ₹18,999.