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Score up to 28% off on Nokia’s T20 tablet

If you're in the market for a new Android tablet, Nokia has a top deal on the T20

Nokia T20

Tablets are often the go-to device for quick web browsing, streaming, and to take on the move. Android tablets tend to stick to the budget end of the market, but it never hurts to also get an extra discount on top. That’s exactly what you can get right now on Nokia’s T20 tablet, which can be had for £129.

That means you can pick up this new Android tablet for a solid 28%/£50 off the regular retail price of £180. The T20 tablet only comes in the Ocean Blue colour (which we quite like), but there aren’t any other options. Nokia’s Prime Day deal is only available on the Wi-Fi model, not the cellular model.

The Nokia T20 is a 10.4in tablet with a full HD resolution. Nokia made the tablet with a sandblasted aluminium frame that’s just 7.6mm thick. Power comes from a Tiger T610 chip and 4GB of RAM, which should be plenty for browsing, streaming, and looking at your holiday snaps. You get 64GB storage with the T20, and it runs Android 11 out of the box, but there’s a software update already in the wild for Android 12 (and a guarantee up to at least Android 13).

You’ll find a 5MP front-facing camera on Nokia’s T20, and a better 8MP snapper on the rear. There’s a 8200 mAh battery inside this tablet, and Nokia reckons that’ll last for up to 15 hours. It charges via USB-C, has a dual microphone set-up, and a set of built-in speakers.

If you’re a Nokia fan but not looking for a tablet, some of the brand’s smartphones are reduced, too. You can grab the G21 for £116, 28%/£44 off the regular retail price of £160. It’s a 6.5-inch HD phone running Android 11, with 90 Hz refresh rate, quick charging, a 5050 mAh battery, and a 50 MP triple camera. The super budget C21 Plus is £25/24% off at £84, but that’s not our first choice for a budget device.

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