HMD Global is preparing a new tablet, we know as much, dubbed Nokia T20. It has leaked before and today’s leak sheds more light on its hardware, courtesy of an appearance of the device in the GeekBench benchmark.

Nokia is no stranger to tablets, having made the quite solid N1 model, but that was 6 years ago. Now we’re expecting a 10.36 inch device with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage according to leaks. It will come in blue and it should arrive in two versions, that will differ depending on the connectivity options. One will have 4G and the other Wi-Fi only. The 4G one is expected to cost $280, while the Wi-Fi variant will be priced at $257.

GeekBench also confirms there’s Android 11 on board, as well as the codename “Riddler” for the device, also revealed by Evan Blass. Benchmark scores are rather modest, which can be blamed on the octa core CPU Unisoc T610 or T700. Right now less known brands from China like Teclast and Aldocube use such CPUs, since they’re cheaper. Unisoc T700 has also appeared on the budget phone Moto G20.

One shouldn’t discriminate Unisoc, since it’s right now at the level where MediaTek was just a few years ago and MediaTek has grown a lot. We’ll see how this evolves and I think that Nokia T20 could even crack the $200 price mark and go lower.