HMD T21 Tablet Leak Reveals Variants & Pricing

HMD is shifting its focus from Nokia branding to its own brand. Recently, we covered the upcoming HMD Vibe smartphone for the US market. Now the latest news is regarding the HMD T21 tablet that is expected to launch in Europe soon. Thanks to some retailers, we now know the variants and pricing of the upcoming tablet.

According to leaked information from NokiaMob, the HMD T21 tablet will be available in three variants. Two of the variants come with SIM card support, while one variant offers WiFi connectivity only.

The LTE 4/64 GB variant costs €256.90 (~$275). The LTE 6/128 GB variant is priced at €302.90 (~$324). Finally, the Wi-Fi 6/128GB variant costs €228.90 (~$244).  Currently, it has been suggested that the tablet will be available in black, but HMD may launch the tablet with more options as well.

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With this tablet, the company is also expected to launch the HMD XR21 smartphone. The HMD T21 tablet and XR21 phones may not be entirely new products but rather rebranded Nokia devices. In fact, the Nokia T21 and the Nokia XR21 already exist and the pricing is also similar. Hence, HMD is going to follow the rebranding marketing strategy for its devices and will launch these products in Europe.

HMD T21 Tablet Specifications

HMD T21 Tablet

Given that the HMD T21 is essentially a rebranded Nokia T21, it will have a 10.4-inch screen with a 1200×2000 pixels resolution. It will be powered by the Unisoc Tiger T612 processor. The tab features a single 8MP camera on the rear and an 8MP selfie shooter. In the battery segment, the tablet gets an 8200mAH capacity with 18W charging support.

Hopefully, HMD brings the latest software experience with the rebranded tablet as the original Nokia T21 was released in 2021 with Android 12, which is quite old now. Also, it will be better if HMD does some polishing before bringing this product to the market.

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