A while back, we got word of an upcoming Nokia budget tablet, which serves as a follow-up to the company’s earlier T20 Android tablet. After much leaking and speculation, the company has finally taken off the wraps on its newest tablet device, simply known as the Nokia T10.
The tablet is an entry-level device through and through, and comes with an 8-inch display with an 800×1280 pixel resolution (surrounded by large bezels), an 8MP main camera with an LED flash, 2MP front-facing camera, micro-SD slot for cards up to 512GB, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and support for USB-C data transfer and charging.
The tablet is powered by a Unisoc T606 processor, accompanied by 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. There’s also a 5,250 mAh battery on board, which Nokia describes as having “all-day battery life.” The tablet will also launch with Android 12, and will come with software features like Google Kids Space and Google Entertainment Space.
It’s no surprise that HMD Global has decided to go with budget specs for this device, as the company has stuck to developing and selling entry-level devices for the past few years, without a premium flagship handset.
The Nokia T10 is expected cost around $150-160 when it launches, and will be available in a single Ocean Blue color variant.