It turns out that the upcoming Nokia T20 tablet has been benchmarked on Geekebench 5 once in August, where it has achieved a Vulkan score of 807, which was picked up by Nokiamob.
And with that benchmark we got pieces of information about the hardware setup too. Judging by the accompanying specs details, it’s listed with an octa-core Unisoc processor at 1.82 GHz, with a Mali-G52 GPU, and 4GB of RAM.
It was tested with Android 11 during the benchmark, which should be stock Android.
The specific processor could not be verified, but considering that it ran at 1.82, at least so far, it may be a newer processor than the Unisoc T618 processor that’s used by many of the brand new Teclast and Alldocube tablets, like the Alldocube iPlay 40H.
The Nokia T20 is expected to feature a 10.4-inch screen, but this hasn’t been verified yet.
– Tom Bowen