Its an efficient choice for conducting basic tablet tests. The Nokia T10 resembles its budget friendly profile and design measuring nine millimeters, thick and boasting in eye catching ocean blue backing at 375 grams. It is not overpowering, but you can tell that it is not a top notch, Android tablet or iPad. When you lift it, it appears that smaller tablets, arent preferred the Apple iPad Mini Lan has been discontinued in tablets with 8 inch screens are among the smallest available. We prefer this size as its comfortable to hold in one hand yet allows you to watch videos or edit spreadsheets with ease the IPS LCD display panel has a moderate brightness at 360 nits and a disappointing 1280 by 800 pixel resolution, youll notice. The cost saving measures evident in this screen, which performs well in all types of light except extremely bright sunshine. The displaced thick bezels also point to its budget friendly nature. The Nokia T10 is resilient and cost effective, but does not have waterproofing. It has two stereo speakers located at the side when held horizontally and a USBC port for charging and data transfer at the bottom in portrait mode and a 3.5 millimeters audio jack at the top. When viewed in portrait mode from the front, a power button is located at the top of the tablet and volume buttons are situated high on its right side. The Nokia T10 has an 8mp camera, which is okay in bright light, but tends to overexpose images and has unreliable autofocus and color balance.

This isnt a huge issue, though, if youre not planning on using the tablet to take photos, you can take attractive photos with the Nokia T10, but you have to have a steady hand and enough light and there are no guarantees its suitable for quickly posting moments online. But not Dependable for saving special moments when theres insufficient light the image quality deteriorates. However, its still possible to get some pictures that are decent enough if the lighting is reasonably good. More concerning is that the front camera only has 2mp meaning your video calls will lack resolution. If you choose this device, the selfie camera on the device works well and can adjust to different lights, but using your phone will give you better quality. The 5250 milliampere hours battery in the Nokia T10 lasts for around 12 to 13 hours of streaming, video and maximum brightness and low volume, the Nokia T10 impresses with its battery life. You can count on two to three days of intermittent use or a full days worth of Gaming, dim the screen and youll be able to make the most out of your device. The Nokia T10 is a great budget friendly option, but it does lack wireless charging and has slower 10 watts wired charging. The battery life is commendable, though. A result of low powered internal specs in an average display the Nokia t10s mid range unisoc, d606 chipset. Three gigabytes of RAM and 32 gigabytes of storage plus microSD card expandability provide basic performance capabilities with geekbench 5 scores of 308, 1175 and 514.

This tablets performance is fairly slow. Despite trimming the CPU and RAM configurations. This tablet is still usable, apps and games are playable, but expect some hiccups. When you switch quickly between apps and tasks, it usually takes a bit longer to open apps on this device than expected when compared to the same ones used on ones, phone and the user. Experience isnt as smooth. We really appreciate the face unlock feature of the Nokia T10. It makes it easier to access the home screen without a password or pin, which is uncommon on an affordable tablet. This is one of the best features of this package. The Nokia T10 is an affordable device that wont ruin your budget, although it doesnt offer a wide range of features. The Nokia T10 may not have the best battery life, but it is capable of playing videos for an extended period of time, which is ideal for travelers.

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