Nokia T10 is an 8” tablet with optional LTE
HMD Global launched the Nokia T10 tablet today – an 8” device with entry-level hardware and promises for three years of updates. It is powered by a Unisoc chipset and comes in LTE and Wi-Fi versions.
The Nokia T10 runs on Unisoc T606 which has an octa-core CPU. It has 2x Cortex-A75 units for performance and 6x Cortex A-55 for efficiency. RAM is either 3GB or 4GB, and storage is 32GB or 64GB with the option for further expansion through a hybrid microSD slot.
There is one camera on the back – an 8MP shooter with AF and LED flash, while the front-facing cam has a 2MP sensor.
The Nokia T10’s 8” LCD has a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels and is certified for Netflix HD. Other highlights include a 3.5mm audio jack, dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, and versions with LTE get a proximity sensor as well.
The battery capacity is 5,250 mAh, but charging is limited to 10W rates. At least you get a USB-C port for it.
There are Stereo speakers with OZO playback, and the Nokia T10 also can be used as a second screen as an expansion of a PC display to maximize productivity.
HMD Global managed to equip the Nokia T10 with Android 12 out of the box as well as some features such as Google Kids Space, and Entertainment Space. Color choice is only one – Ocean Blue, and some markets are getting a transparent plastic case in the retail box as well.
The tablet will start at €159 ($159) for the Wi-Fi-only 3/32GB model. Sales begin in August.