HMD Global is working on a more compact version of the Nokia T20 tablet, a device dubbed Nokia T10. It has been certified by the FCC and we have details about it below. Codenamed Nokia TA-1462, the device packs a 5100 mAh battery and an 8 inch screen.
The device has been certified by the FCC and there’s no direct mention of the T10 naming pattern just yet. The Nokia T10 tablet has already appeared in several leaks and now it reaches the FCC. There’s already a Nokia T20 tablet available, so we can speculate on what a T10 would bring. The FCC listing has details about the screen size, battery capacity, connectivity options and other specs of the device. Nokia T10 should be a budget tablet like its predecessor.
It should have a 60 Hz refresh rate and a battery that provides up to 24 hours of activity. There will also be 10W charging in the mix. An 8 megapixel rear camera is available and a 2 MP front camera is expected too. Connectivity-wise, we should get 4G, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. HMD Global has been selling the Nokia T20 since the end of 2021 and now it’s available priced at 250 euros at Amazon. However, the T10 may end up costing less than 200 euros.
Recently the name Nokia has come up a bit more often, with the Nokia G11 Plus leaked, plus the Nokia Style+ and Nokia X21 Pureview. At the earlier the device debuts this month or in August and at the latest it comes in September at IFA 2022.