Nokia to re-enter the Chinese market with two smartphones & tablets

Nokia G50 5G

About two decades ago, Nokia was a powerhouse in the cell phone industry. However, as the industry drifted from featured phones to smartphones, Nokia did not follow up with the trend and quickly became a sinking ship. However, a Finnish company, HMD Global, came to its rescue and since then, the company has been floating again. During its “sinking days,” the company exited many markets including the Chinese market. However, according to recent reports, Nokia Mobile seems to have renewed interest in the Chinese market.


Following the reports of the Nokia G50 5G, the company is now working on another smartphone for the Chinese market. That’s not all, the report claims that Nokia is also planning a tablet for this market. While the smartphone model number is TA-1399, the tablet’s designation is Nokia T20.

The Nokia TA-1399 smartphone has previously appeared in the CQC quality certification. According to the certification information, this upcoming smartphone supports 18W fast charging. 


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In addition, there is a Nokia device that also appeared in the CQC certification. From the category of the device, it is the Nokia T20 tablet. Furthermore, HMD will also release the TA-1394 model of the Nokia T20 in the Chinese market. All these devices will come with 10W fast charging. A

According to reports, the Nokia T20 will come with a Unisoc (former Spreadtrum) chip. The GPU is Mali-G52. The specific model of the processor is between Unisoc Tiger T618 and T700.

The Unisoc Tiger T618 (former Spreadtrum) is an entry-level octa-core SoC with two fast ARM Cortex A75 cores at up to 2 GHz and six power-efficient ARM Cortex A55 cores at up to 1.8 GHz. The Tiger T700 also uses the same configuration.

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From the reports and speculations so far, the Nokia T20 will come with an Android 11 system out of the box. This device will have a 10.36-inch display and support 4G and Wi-Fi connections. The Wi-Fi version will cost about 190.14 pounds in Europe, while the 4G version costs 207.29 Pound. In addition, this device will also come with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage space. It seems that there is only a blue version outside China.

It is worth mentioning that the Nokia G50 5G has previously been certified by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and confirmed that it will enter the Chinese market, and recent leaks indicate that the Nokia G50 will be released in Europe in early October, so these models are likely to be released and listed globally at the same time.

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