Nokia T10: Android 12 tablet introduced for US$159 with LTE connectivity and second screen support when paired to a Windows PC
HMD Global has unveiled several smartphones under the Nokia brand today, including a revised Nokia 8210. However, it has also introduced the Nokia T10, a budget tablet running Android 12. Unfortunately, HMD Global has not clarified whether this is Android 12L or regular Android 12.
Still, the Nokia T10 should receive 2 years of OS updates and 3 years of monthly security updates. At the heart of the Nokia T10 lies the Unisoc Tiger T606, a 12 nm SoC that we have tested in other HMD Global devices like the Nokia G11 and Nokia G21. For reference, HMD Global complements the Unisoc Tiger T606 with 3/4 GB of RAM, 32/64 GB of storage and a 5,250 mAh battery that supports 10 W charging.
Moreover, the Nokia T10 has an 8-inch IPS display that operates at 1,280 x 800 pixels. Predictably, HMD Global equips the Nokia T10 with lowly cameras, with 8 MP and 2 MP sensors found on the rear and front, respectively. Also, the Nokia T10 has a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a USB Type-C port, which sit within a 208.0 x 123.2 x 9.0 mm and 375 g chassis. Separately, the Nokia T10 can serve as a secondary display when paired with a Windows PC; it remains to be seen how HMD Global has implemented this, though.
Set to be available in multiple markets, the Nokia T10 should start shipping on July 27. While HMD Global has not confirmed from when the Nokia T10 will be orderable, it lists the LTE model for €159 in the Eurozone, £129 in the UK and US$159 in the US with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. Presumably, the Wi-Fi only edition will be a touch cheaper, although it is unclear by how much.