Nokia T10

Nokia T10 review; a sturdy and budget friendly tablet for everyday use

The Nokia T10 tablet was launched in February this year by HMD Global and is the successor to the Nokia T20 which was launched last year.

Out of the box the phone comes with;

  • Protective case
  • USB Type C cable
  • 10W charging brick
  • Warranty documents
  • Sim ejector pin

We took the phone out for a spin, and these are our thoughts.


The Nokia T10 tablet measures 8.19 x 4.85 x 0.35 inches and weighs about 375 grams, which makes it easy to hold in the hand. It has a plastic frame and back that is textured which ensures that there are no fingerprint smudges.

It comes with a 8 inch screen with a screen-to-body ratio of approximately 72.4% per cent giving you more acreage for viewing your media. The screen has 800 x 1280 pixels resolution and 189 pixels per inch density. The IPS LCD screen has a brightness of 360 nits which works well for various lighting conditions except bright outdoor sunlight.


The right edge of the phone features the volume up and down rocker and a power button. The left edge houses the sim card tray while the top part houses the power button, earphone jack and a speaker. The bottom of the phone features a Type C charging port, a microphone and a stereo speaker.



Under the hood, the Nokia T10 tablet rocks a mid-range Unisoc T606 chipset and an octa-core CPU. It has 2x Cortex-A75 units for performance and 6x Cortex A-55 for efficiency. It has 3 GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which can be expanded via a microSD card. The tablet performed well but you can expect some lag when trying to quickly switch between apps, move between menus, and engaging intensive tasks such as playing games.

The Nokia T10 tablet runs on the Android 12 operating system straight out of the box. What I loved about this particular device is that it does not come with any bloatware whatsoever.


It comes with an 8MP camera at the back and a 2MP selfie camera. When buying a tab, the camera is not among the most important consideration, so it doesn’t matter that the 8MP isn’t the best. That said, the cameras take okay photos in conditions where there is good lighting but will definitely struggle when lighting is poor.

Nokia T10


The Nokia T10 tablet features a 5250 mAh non-removable battery supported by a 10Watt fast charging power brick.  A user gets a full day’s heavy use from a fully charged battery, so everything from listening to music, to reading and browsing as well as gaming.


The Nokia T10 tablet definitely gets the work done without many frills and its price point of Ksh. 19,999 makes it very affordable. So, if you are in the market for an affordable and reliable tablet, look no further than the Nokia T10 tablet .