Following the outstanding T20 tablet from last year, Nokia now offers the quietly launched . Despite its smaller size, the Nokia T10 contains many of the same components.
The Nokia T10 has an 8-inch HD LCD display with a 1,280 x 800-pixel display, making it a likely rival to tablets like the Amazon Fire tablet series. A Unisoc T606 chipset with 3/4GB RAM and 32/64GB of additional storage via microSD card powers this little Android tablet. A 3.5mm headphone jack is available, allowing for wired audio hookups.
The Nokia T10s features a huge 5,250mAh battery hidden inside its body. The USB-C port is used for charging, but the maximum speed is only 10W. It’s unclear whether a charger is included in the retail packaging or whether you must purchase one separately.
At the back, a single 8-megapixel camera with autofocus and an LED flash can be found. Unfortunately, the selfie camera is only rated at 2 megapixels, which could be a problem for video conversations on platforms like Zoom and Google Meet.
The Nokia T10 is one of a select few tablets that ships with Android 12 out of the box. Whether this is Android 12L with the additional tablet optimizations is unclear. There are also pre-installed versions of Google Kids Space and Google Entertainment Space. Along with three years of regular security patches, two years of OS upgrades are offered. The Nokia T10 is moreover completely Android Enterprise Recommended.
The primary features of all devices are the identical, but there will be a Wi-Fi and LTE version available. Only the Wi-Fi model is available for purchase for now, though. The price of the 3/32GB edition is 129/159/$159 at specific shops and on Nokia.com.
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