Nokia is back in business, selling tablets designed to upset Amazon’s Kindle applecart. a sleek, slender, and solidly built Android OS tablet with a nicely crisp HD (800 x 1280), fully laminated display that competes directly with Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD 8. This is a difficult proposition to take on, especially given that the 32GB Fire HD 8 costs £99 rather than £149 for the new Nokia. But, with the T10, you don’t have to pay extra to get rid of annoying advertisements. Furthermore, you get the full version of Android 12 rather than the Kindle’s limited Fire OS version.
Vision and sound
So, now that the fiddly bits inside are in good working order, how about the experience? The display is HD, and the touch sensitivity is extremely responsive, and the images are sharp, vibrant, and detailed, so there are no complaints on that front. On the audio front, stereo speakers at either end with OZO Playback provide adequate sound, while a standard 3.5-inch headphone jack and Bluetooth 5.0 allow you to improve your audio game without annoyance to those around you. Overall, the T10 delivers excellent entertainment value, which is what it’s all about.
The T10 is available with 4G or Wi-Fi only and has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. With the help of a MicroSD card, you can expand it to a much larger capacity of 512GB, so stuffing it full of your favourite things won’t be a problem. On that note, you have the option of using Google Drive, so go crazy.
The Nokia T10 is as impressive as it was unexpected, offering excellent performance in all areas and costing a mere pittance (relatively). As a result, if you’re looking for a tablet that can check the majority of the boxes. However, you do not have the kind of hard-core disposable income that allows you to afford the top-tier tablets. The T10 comes highly recommended in this category.
A large 5100mAh battery allows for all-day use. Furthermore, three years of free monthly security updates will keep the T10 safe from the malicious people who lurk online lusting after your data. You will also receive two years of Android OS updates, keeping the T10 as fresh as a digital daisy for as long as possible.
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