A brand-new Nokia tablet with the model number TA-1462 has just appeared on the FCC website. This seems to be a variation of the Nokia T10 Android tablet, about which we have been hearing a lot lately. The product might even be more reasonably priced than the company’s fairly impressive Nokia T20 budget tablet, which was released in the latter part of last year.
The FCC certification provides some of the device’s essential specifications without mentioning the device’s marketing name ( via ). First off, the purported Nokia T10 tablet has an 8-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. The minimal minimum refresh rate for the display appears to be 60Hz.
On the back of the Nokia T10, there is only one camera. A Chinese company called Candamp;T produced the 8-megapixel sensor. The 2-megapixel front camera for the tablet was also purchased by Nokia from the same vendor. The 10W charger and the 5,100mAh battery are both built on site. Even though the Nokia T10 isn’t the largest tablet, this battery isn’t the smallest either. It should have a day’s worth of battery life.
Advertisement In addition to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, this tablet will also have LTE cellular connectivity. Additionally, it will have a 3.5mm headphone jack. The Nokia T10 may have rounded corners like the Nokia T20, according to schematics of the gadget revealed in FCC papers. Of course, the latter is significantly better in almost every way. It has an 8.200mAh battery with 15W fast charging, a 10.4-inch display with 1200 x 2000 pixel resolution, and a 5-megapixel selfie camera. The Nokia T20’s launch price was $249.99. The Nokia T10 is anticipated to sell for less than $200.
In the upcoming months, the Nokia T10 could officially launch. According to renowned leaker Evan Blass, this listing on the FCC website doesn’t reveal anything else about the Nokia T10, also known as Penguin. This codename was discovered in May on Google’s website for their Android device provisioning services. A Nokia tablet with the model numbers TA-1472 and TA-1457 had also been approved by a Russian regulatory panel back in February. It’s uncertain if those Nokia T10 models are regional variations.
However, this tablet may become a reality in the near future. A few low-cost and mid-range smartphones are also in development by Nokia, including the Nokia G400 5G, which was unveiled at CES 2022 in January. This phone might debut on the market with a different name. On every one of these new Nokia products, we’ll keep you informed.