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Nokia T21 Tablet is now available for purchase in Kenya

20. 02. 2023 Monday / By: Robert Denes / Reviews / Exact time: BST / Print this page

HMD Global has announced the availability of another tablet in Kenya, the Nokia T21. This is the third tablet launched by Nokia phone manufacturers after the T21 and T10. The Nokia T21 Tablet is the successor to the Nokia T21, which Nokia says is designed with a rugged body made of aluminum and 60% recycled plastic.

It has an aluminum housing, (recycled) plastic cover for the antenna and optimal connection options. It has a 10.36-inch, 5:3 aspect ratio 2K display and pen support, Unisoc Tiger T612 made from a 12 nm process, 4 GB of RAM, 64 or 128 GB of built-in storage (expandable up to 512 GB with a microSD card) , 8200mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging. According to HMD Global, the battery allows up to 15 hours of web browsing and 7 hours of conference calls.

“Building on the success of the Nokia T20, the new Nokia T21 has been designed from the ground up to help businesses. With a built-in NFC sensor, an intuitive second screen control system, secure storage powered by renewable energy and a natural fit with HMD Enable Pro – providing unparalleled device control and configuration – the new tablet's versatility and performance support a wide range of use cases.” Sebastian Ulrich, Managing Director of HMD Global Global Enterprise Business added.

It's worth noting that while the aforementioned fast charging does exist, you'll need to find a compatible wall adapter to take advantage of it. There is only one USB cable in the box. The rationale for this is as follows: “This is part of our efforts to reduce e-waste.” HMD Global says they'll happily sell you an adapter and donate the money you pay to "environmental causes".

It runs on Android 12 and HMD Globl claims to support it with two OS updates and 3 years of security updates. It comes ready for Android Enterprise Recommended, which means it can be used as both a home and business device if needed.

Like the T10, it's also Netflix-ready thanks to Widevine's L1 certification. It also borrows the same Google Kids Space and Google Entertainment Space extensions found on its smaller sibling. Buyers of the tablet will also receive a free pair of Nokia Essential wireless headphones – while supplies last.

According to HMD Global, the Nokia T21 Tablet will be available in Kenya starting today in a gray 4/128GB variant priced at KSH 32,500 (GBP 214, EUR 241, USD 257 and INR 21319). The company claims that customers will get a free Nokia Essential wireless headset with every purchase, priced at KSH 7,000-8,500 while stocks last.

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