HMD Global has today revealed the entry-level Nokia T10 tablet. It will be updated over three years. You can choose between Wi-Fi and LTE versions.
Nokia T10 is based upon the Unisoc T606 8-core single-chip processor system. RAM options include 3GB, 4GB and 32GB RAM, respectively, flash storage can be 32GB or 64GB. Flash storage can also be expandable via hybrid microSD slots.
The back camera features an 8MP camera with LED flash and autofocus, while the front camera has a 2MP sensor. The 8-inch LCD screen of the Nokia T10 has a resolution 1280×800 pixels and is certified to stream Netflix HD. The Nokia T10 also features a 3.5mm audiojack, dual-band WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 5.0. LTE versions get a proximity sensor.
Although the battery has a 5250mAh capacity, charging takes only 10W. The tablet has a USB-C connector. Stereo speakers are available, and the Nokia T10 can be used in combination with a laptop or a PC as a second screen.
The Nokia T10 comes with Android 12. Prices start at $160 for the 3GB/32GB versions and Wi-Fi only. The sales begin in August.