After announcing the Nokia T20 in the second half of last year, HMD Global officialized, on Tuesday (12), the Nokia T10, an Android tablet with basic specifications. The new device has 8-inch screen, Unisoc processor and dual band Wi-Fi connectivity.
The T10 is a relatively small device, with 8-inch HD screen, bringing considerable edges. One of them houses a camera that produces selfies of only 2 megapixels, while the rear advances to 8 MP resolution.
HMD points out that the device has a durable construction with polymer design and nanotextured finish. The most interesting thing is that the device has received IPX2 certification, protection against water, but not to dust. Still, it’s a relevant added because it’s unusual on tablets.
In the software, it has already been running Android 12 and there is the promise of two years of updates (stopping on Android 14), and three years of security updates.
Like other incoming tablets, including multilaser tablets, HMD Global’s new product features Google Kids Space, which adapts the device interface for kids, bringing educational designs and content. Google Entertainment Space, another tablet-only platform with personalized suggestions for movies, series, and other content, is also available.
The Unisoc T606 is the processor that equips the Nokia T10. It works alongside these settings: 3 GB of RAM + 32 GB of space or 4 GB + 64 GB.
Its battery is 5,100 mAh, much lower than that of the T20, which has 8,200 mAh capacity. A 10 watt power charger comes with the new tablet.
Complete the specifications 3.5 mm connection for headphones and WI-Fi and Wi-Fi + 4G versions.
HMD Global did not reveal further details about the launch, such as pricing and availability for the local market.