Deutsche Bahn buys 12,000 Nokia cell phones and 15,000 Nokia tablets

Deutsche Bahn buys 12,000 Nokia cell phones and 15,000 Nokia tablets. Nokia was chosen for one reason in particular.

Deutsche Bahn buys 12,000 Nokia X20 smartphones (

here in the PC-WELT price comparison

) and 15,000 Nokia T20 tablets (

here in the PC-WELT price comparison

) for the employees of their long-distance transport division. Nokia smartphones and tablets sold to Deutsche Bahn will receive monthly security updates for four years to ensure a longer lifecycle. Those four years of Nokias receiving security updates were a key reason why HMD Global got the nod. Also, HMD Global is delivering a total of three software upgrades.

HMD Global was awarded the contract in a manufacturer-neutral tender. The Nokia smartphones and tablets are verified by Google “Android Enterprise Recommended” (AER) and are therefore recommended for professional use in companies, as emphasized by HMD Global.

Bahn AG and HMD Global have been working together for about two years. So far, the partnership has mostly referred to the exchange of individual devices, as HMD Global explains.

Details on the Nokia X20 and T20

In which

Nokia T20

is a tablet with a 10.36-inch 2K display, Unisoc T610 processor (4 GB RAM / 64 GB ROM) and 8,200 mAh battery for up to seven hours of conference calls or 15 hours of online use. The memory can be expanded by up to 512 GB using a microSD card.


Nokia smartphone X20

is equipped with a 64 MP quad camera and Zeiss optics, 32 MP front camera, a Full HD+ display and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G Mobile Platform (6 GB RAM / 128 GB ROM). . The Nokia X20 achieves a battery life of up to two days and can use the 5G network.

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